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Keep Software Alive is a free, easy-to-use process manager that can be used to keep vital applications open and running at all times, even in the event of a system crash, application failure, or other similar situations.
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Keep Software Alive is the best way to ensure that your important processes and applications keep running during a shutdown or restart.
Keep Software Alive is an easy-to-use process manager that can be used to keep vital applications open and running at all times, even in the event of a system crash, application failure, or other similar situations. With this free utility, your essential applications are automatically launched each time you start your computer, allowing for a seamless launch every time you login. Plus, the program checks processes for errors on a frequent basis, bringing those that crash back to life immediately. The program is easy-to-use, with only a few setup options to complete and a simple interface for all processes and applications. If not for the lack of extra features and the entry-level feel, Keep Software Alive is the most efficient way to protect your work against system crashes.
Keep Software Alive requires no setup and only a few simple options to completely configure.
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Users who rely heavily on certain vital applications will be able to use this program that maintains processes up and running and can even perform scheduled interval checks and restart the required processes in case of crashes or failures.
Basic yet plentiful main interface, complemented by an even simpler operation
Keep Software Alive sports a rudimentary interface, which contains all the necessary elements for setting up a “protection and revival” scheme for those crucial processes and corresponding applications one might depend on.
Users have the chance to search their process through a simple, dual input menu, which offers the ability to either browse for the process itself or the application’s start file. Regardless of the chosen method, once the process is inserted into the list, the time check interval can be set with ease and users can even overwrite the check manually, at any time.
Crude functionality which might benefit from the ability to perform further tweaking
Although it offers efficient functionality and an unclutter interface, the lack of extra features or increased setup operation becomes apparent rather quickly. More precisely, in certain situations, apps cannot be added only by using their process in the input menu.
This can be avoided if the process appears in the input overlay with its entire path listed, in which case the program will automatically accept the input. When it comes to the lack of extra features, one might seek the ability to prioritize the “revival” order of the selected processes, this basically allowing for a hierarchically-based setup.
No-brainer solution for maintaining a consistent run-time and prevent app crash
Keeping processes running is of paramount importance when dealing with critical applications. This piece of software aptly does so through a simple and intuitive setup. If overlooking some limitations and potential extra features, this application could be considered a lifesaver for those who seek a way to maintain their processes running.
Keep Software Alive for Mac is the best free option to keep your Mac software up and running in the most efficient manner. Keep Software Alive for Mac for Mac is an easy to use software to monitor and protect your Mac software, it can even be set to automatically start your Mac software after each reboot or shutdown. Its interface is very simple and it offers an automatic management of all your software. Keep Software Alive for Mac for Mac is a utility that lets you keep your Mac software (Mac apps and system utilities) up and running. You can use Keep Software Alive for Mac for Mac to
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Keep Software Alive is your all in one solution for backup, monitoring and recovery of your system. This unique application helps you to recover your lost or damaged data by backing up it automatically. You can recover multiple partitions (including both OS and data), backup and restore your datas on time and fix the problems occurred. It is the all in one solution to prevent unwanted loss of your valuable data. So better stay safe and backed up.
Recover lost or corrupted data automatically
Backup and restore data from time
Free trial version
Free version and upto 50% discount for business and professional users.
Note: First time full version purchase we also give 50% discount link
What the heck does this software do?
Why not name it like what it does? “Keep” is literally wrong.
Won’t you confuse it with “Keep” which means “keep”?
“Keep Software Alive” means to keep your system alive because it’s the only backup software that can prevent your data from loss which is only possible with “Keep Software Alive”.
You don’t have to install a new version of Windows because of it.
So what is this software to do?
Well, it’s not a new version of Windows. But we are going to make it new just like new.
It’s not like MSCD or PC Backup software which keeps the backup only. It can do more.
You do need to keep the program running all the time.
It can also do things like making a system log, firewalling and changing firewall configuration, maintaining processes running, making/fixing scheduled tasks and things like that.
How to run?
Just double click on the setup file and it’s done. You don’t need to install any module. There are no driver required to run this.
To be honest, you don’t need to do anything. We have already done everything. This software has “Admin” permissions and it can do everything with your system including to make system log and also all the wonderful functions like a firewalling and firewall configuration.
So if your comp has anything, “Keep Software Alive” can still do it.
My brother has this comp and it has 90% of the functions like
People who don’t want to use the standard Windows process-management task manager, keep Software Alive would be the ideal solution. Not only does it have an easy to use interface, but it will scan through your system and locate the processes, which are used by the most vital applications, and will bring them back online if they fail.
It works along with other tools, like Windows Task Manager, or it can scan a directory to locate the processes used by the programs installed in it. This application will make sure that you don’t miss anything while keeping the software up and running. It will even provide a countdown timer, to alert you when the processes used by certain apps should be restarted, as per the status of their corresponding application.
It performs the process synchronization automatically and will run a check on the expiration of the process only when you want it to do so. You will also be able to set automatic system restoration. The application will also make sure that the required system files are in sync and that it has the latest updates available on the market.
Keep Software Alive will even perform a backup of your processes, to save all the necessary data about them. It will also alert you, before the process actually fails, to facilitate the process of reviving your application from the backup. It will also keep a record of all the processes that will be able to be revived successfully, with their last run time and the date they were last checked.
The user can therefore check the status of the processes (if they are still functional and not zombie) and even restore them, should there be any sort of failure. You can also add certain applications, which would be used by specific apps and they will be offered for prompt input.
Keep Software Alive Features:
Supports Windows 7, 8.1, 10, XP
Automatically syncs processes in a PC
Recovers processes from backup
Keeps processes running
Organizes processes in a Treeview
Restores processes from backup
Records the last run time
Runs a check on processes every minute
Recovers applications from backup
Keeps processes running
Keeps track of processes run time
Added applications displayed in a treeview
Keeps processes running
Performs a check on the expiration of the processes
Windows 7, 8.1, 10
CPU: Core i5-2500K @ 3.2 GHz / Core i5-3570K @ 3.2 GHz or equivalent
Core i5-2500K @ 3.2 GHz / Core i5-3570K @ 3.2 GHz or equivalent RAM: 4GB DDR3 (1333 MHz)
4GB DDR3 (1333 MHz) Graphics: Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon HD 7950
Nvidia GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon HD 7950 DirectX: Version 11 or higher
Version 11 or