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AlwaysUp 14: Improved Performance, Support for Emby Server, Java WAR Files

AlwaysUp version 14 is available for download! This new release focuses on making AlwaysUp the best tool for running multiple applications as Windows Services. Here are some of the highlights. Significant performance improvements when running many applications Our development team … Continue reading

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Service Protector 8.5: New Sanity Check, Windows 10/11 22H2 Compatibility

Service Protector 8.5 is now available for download. Here’s what we worked on in this new version: Automatically restart your service when an important application isn’t running Does your service depend on an important “helper” application? If so, Service Protector … Continue reading

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AlwaysUp 12.5: Dropbox fixes, Email improvements, AutoStartDelay and More

We’re closing out the tumultuous 2020 with version 12.5 of AlwaysUp — our “run anything as a Windows Service” utility used by tens of thousands of savvy computer administrators across the globe. This release delivers a few major enhancements: File … Continue reading

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Windows Services Memory Fix (Microsoft June 2020 Patch Tuesday)

On the second Tuesday of each month, Microsoft releases the latest security updates for Windows, Windows Server, and other products. This monthly event is dubbed Patch Tuesday. The June 2020 Patch Tuesday update fixes a whopping 129 important defects. It’s … Continue reading

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AlwaysUp 11.5: Improvements for Session 0 Isolation, Server 2019, and more

AlwaysUp version 11.5 is now available for download! This release delivers a handful of important changes, along with the usual under-the-hood refinements. “Switch to Session 0” removed when it’s not supported As you may have noticed, Microsoft has crippled access … Continue reading

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