|Ron Horn||03/10/2004 03:51 pm|
|Is this safe? Well....safe for services I know can be deleted? I guess SO is just removing a registry entry for it, right? The MS dialog never has allowed one to `delete` a service that I know of but there are certainly times I`ve wanted to be able to do this. I thought maybe there was more to removing a service than just removing it`s registry entry.
|Ron Horn||03/10/2004 04:21 pm|
|Ok, I got the nerve to do it and ran InCtrl to see what it did. More than one registry key! So, a very nice feature to have, good work.
Now for a buglet...when I deleted the key, I had to F5 for it to disappear from the services list.
|Oleg Chernavin||03/11/2004 03:10 am|
|Services are not simply Registry entries. Deleting a service or adding it is possible only using special programs. Default MS tools do not have this ability.
Regarding bugs and improvements - we will try to add them soon.