I am looking for a little utility that can run and display the status of a Windows service on the desktop in the form of red light (stopped), green light (running). It would also be nice to be able to click the status to change the service status. I am sure there is a utility already available but I cannot seem to find one.
For the fun of it, a Powershell solution.
Save this as Watch-Service.ps1 or Whatever.ps1, and put the .ico files from the attached archive into the script's folder (remove the .img extensions after unzipping
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