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Windows Services are great.  They allow you to write code that will run even when a user is not logged in.  They can perform functions in the background, and they’re very useful.

Writing them, however, is a little more interesting.

If you were to simply open Visual Studio and create a new Windows Services project and start coding, you wouldn’t be able to tell if the code was doing what you wanted without installing it as a service.

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