'Task Manager' Services Tab on Windows 7?
A new tab called "Services" is added in "Task Manager" on Windows Vista and Windows 7. What is this "Services" tab for?
Windows Task Manager on Windows Vista and Windows 7 has a new tab called "Services" comparing with Windows XP.
The "Services" tab lists all services, running and not running, installed on the system.
This is the same list you would see on the Service Management Console.
The "Services" tab allows you to view and/or modify currently running services and start and stop any service as well as enable/disable the UAC file and registry virtualization of a process.
The Service Tab also has a "Services" button that let's you start the regular Service Management Console.
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