What article? You haven't submitted any articles here, so I suppose that you mean the forum posting?
Reading your posting carefully only made it less clear. If your program isn't working, what happens exactly when it's "not working"? When you are talking about opening a console window, do you mean the windows command promt?
If you look at the top of the page in the menu, to the left of "Message Bords" is "Articles". There is where articles are in The Code Project.
The word "article", however, can be used in several different ways, like for example in "an article of clothing". I don't know which way you are trying to use it, but if it's something other than whats usually regarded as an article here, you have to specify what you mean or it's only confusing.
As i mentioned in my article i just created a console application which logs my documents history activities. so please understand, why i required a windows apllication? since i dont need to any interaction!
Sorry but you just don't have a clue.
Neither a .Net windows application or a windows service must have a GUI. For the latter its even the common scenario not having any GUI.
Just make a new windows application in Visual Studio, remove the Form and alter the Main method to make what you want. The result will be a program without any GUI or console.
From the article: Microsoft Windows services, formerly known as NT services, enable you to create long-running executable applications that run in their own Windows sessions. These services can be automatically started when the computer boots, can be paused and restarted, and do not show any user interface.
But fortunately we have the nanny-state politicians who can step in to protect us poor stupid consumers, most of whom would not know a JVM from a frozen chicken. Bruce Pierson