Application Manager restarts crashed Windows appsMonday, October 13, 2008 20:23
Application Manager is a tiny Windows utility that monitors your running processes and compares it with a user-configured list of applications. If Application Manager notices that one of the apps you specify is not running, it will relaunch that program. In other words, it will restart any program that crashes.
Say you want to make sure that your instant messenger or desktop Twitter application is always running so you don’t miss any important messages. This program can check every thirty seconds, every two minutes, or whenever you specify to see if it’s running and if it’s been accidentally closed, Application Manager will relaunch it.
This utility could also come in handy if you’re running a web server, or if you tend to leave your computer on overnight to download files from BitTorrent.