Yes, there is an easy way to view all the services running in your Windows Control Panel.
First, open the Start menu and type in “Services”. This will open the Services window, a tool that lists all the programs and services currently running on your machine.
Once the Services window is open, you’ll see a list of services along with their associated startup type, status, and description. To view more information about each service, right-click on it and select “Properties”. This will open up a dialog box that shows more detailed information about the service, such as its startup type, service account, and log on information.
From here, you can start or stop any service simply by clicking on the appropriate button. You can also configure the service’s settings by selecting the “Log On” tab and then making any necessary changes.
You can also use the Services window to make certain services run automatically when Windows starts. To do this, right-click on a service and select “Properties” again. Then, select the “General” tab and choose “Automatic” from the “Startup type” drop-down box. This will ensure that the service is always running while Windows is on.
By using this tool, you can easily view, start, and stop any service running in your Windows Control Panel – up to 1000 words.