Instead of going to Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services, you can simply type in services.msc in the command line to get to the Services utility.
The Services utility is useful for troubleshooting the startup process. You can see what background services are running. You can enable, disable, or change background applications from the Services utility.
The Services utility can also let you know if there are dependencies between applications. For example, if you double click on a service, you’ll see the properties for that service. There will be a tab called Dependencies. The window at the top of the Dependencies tab tells you what services the selected service is dependent on. The bottom window tells you what services depend on the selected service.