Sometimes, running an application on the Windows operating system can cause problems. If you need to run the application the moment that your computer boots up, you have to wait until you system fully loads and then go into the application to run it manually. Then, sometimes the application crashes as it forces you to close the program and start it over again, or even forcing you to restart your computer. Also, you may deal with computer freezes when the application grows to large to run every hour of every day.
Don't let these types of applications frustrate you any longer. When you download the AlwaysUp application, you can now run the application as a Windows operating service. This method lets you run the application automatically when you start up your computer. The Windows main service system looks after the application as a low level service, making sure it continues to run when users log on or log off the computer, will automatically restart the application if there are any program errors or crashes, and will run without any type of needed intervention from you.
The AlwaysUp application is easy to use and will continuously monitor the running application. You will receive regular emails that give you detailed information about any events that are relevant to the application, such as program crashes and restarts. All these application events are also logged into the Windows Event Log so it will be saved in the system log archives for you to review any time you want.
The AlwaysUp application is easy to use and runs on most Windows operating systems that include: Windows 2K, Windows XP, Windows XP x64, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 2008, Windows Vista 64, Windows 7, and Windows 7x64. The application is a 30-day trial version. So you will deal with a nag screen that wants you to purchase the full version. Developed by Core Technologies Consulting LLC, the AlwaysUp application has minimum system requirements of running on a Pentium-compatible computer with 5 MB of hard drive space to accommodate the installation files.