Does anyone know, if there is a shortcut to search a service in the Windows services list ?
I tried the Ctrl + F but no way.
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There doesn't appear to be one. Here are two workarounds.
Export the service list to a text file, and then use CtrlF in your favourite editor.
To export, use one of the following:
Example output (services.txt):
cmd shell, run
wmic service and pipe to
> wmic service | findstr -i bonjour FALSE TRUE Bonjour Service 0 Win32_Service Enables hardware devices and software services to automatically configur e themselves on the network and advertise their presence. FALSE Bonjour Service Normal 0 Bonjour Service "C:\Program Files\Bonjour\mDNSResponder.exe" 1940 0 Own Process TRUE Auto LocalSystem Running OK Win32_ComputerSystem HAL 0 0
Note that the above is actually a single line of output that is wrapped by the