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Is there a Service Manager for Windows which allows me to easily filter out all the Microsoft services with verified signatures?

I've looked at Turbo Services Manager but it doesn't have this feature.

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Any alternative able to group services in order to enable and disable several at once? – skan Oct 13 '14 at 20:27
MSConfig has similar feature but I'm not sure if it checks for digital signature – VarunAgw Jul 30 '15 at 14:36
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Sysinternals Autoruns has a tab that lists installed services, and can both verify digital signatures and filter out Microsoft services. It's not as "nice" as services.msc, but it will do the job.

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You can also try Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line (WMIC) tool, using the command:

cmd.exe wmic service

This will return you a list of installed services. If you use a pipe to a txt file you can import it on MS Excel and make all filters that you want.

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