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Get-Service is a command-line tool in Windows PowerShell that allows users to retrieve information about the services running on a computer. The tool provides a way to query the status of different services, such as whether they are running or stopped, their display names, and their service names. Users can use the Get-Service command followed by the service name to get detailed information about a specific service. This tool is often used for system administration tasks, troubleshooting, and automating service-related operations. Get-Service displays key information such as the service name, display name, and status in a tabular format. It can also be used with other PowerShell cmdlets to perform operations on services, such as starting or stopping them, changing their startup type, or setting service recovery options. Overall, Get-Service is a handy command-line tool that provides insights into the services running on a Windows computer, allowing users to manage and manipulate services efficiently.

List of commands for Get-Service:

  • where-object:tldr:b26d3 where-object: Get a list of all services that are currently stopped. The `$_` automatic variable represents each object that is passed to the `Where-Object` cmdlet.
    $ Get-Service | Where-Object {$_.Status -eq "Stopped"}
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