Windows Task Scheduler- The mainstay of Windows based applications

If you are using a Windows based system, then you may be using a Windows Task Scheduler for automating local processes on your machine. This new tool from VisualCron will play a major role in helping you create a more productive enterprise. Our Windows Task Scheduler tool will offer limited time based options for scheduling. Moreover, each Windows based computer will have a separate Windows Task Scheduler. As a result, each individual Windows machine will have this software separately.

Our tool will enable you to streamline and acquire control over the triggers that you have created under Windows Task Scheduler. It will also help you increase the opportunity for your automation goals. So, you will be able to schedule across different platforms in a diverse environment, come up with an electronic audit history and safely transfer files to any remote system.

You will also be able to assimilate workflows from various applications into your enterprise schedule. Job scheduling on the basis of dependencies and conditions will be possible. Our tool also enables modification and use of job history reports for planning future job schedules.

Time is invaluable and you cannot afford to waste it by performing repetitive tasks. As you would have a clear perception as to how to create tasks by now, knowhow about the situations in which automation would be beneficial would be very useful. Once you log into programs that you log into, the possibility is that you open the same programs each time you log into your computer such as emails and client chat. There’s no necessity to load them up once you can automate the process.

Follow the steps that have been mentioned to start working on your task. On the trigger screen, you need to select when you log in. Then you click Next. On the action screen, click on Start a program and then click on browse. Navigate it to where the program you are looking for is located. Then, select it. Then, click on Next once more and then go to Finish. Then, replicate this process as many times you want to, till you have a work for each program that you intend to launch automatically once you log in.

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