task scheduler

JJJExec – added 1/16/2005

JJJExec is a tool target toward system administrators that need to execute a command/program using the names of several computers, copy/delete files to a group of computers, generate a text file of computer names, or read/write/create registry entries for groups of computers.

Tse’s Startup Schedule Launcher – added 10/30/2005

Tse’s Startup Schedule Launcher will start up any program you want on a specified time or day. It saves system tray icons and memory by controling programs to being run only when necessary.

TaskPrompt – added 7/5/2005

TaskPrompt is a task reminder utility. You can add tasks and categorize them. Set the task’s occurrence to Immediate, Todo, Minutes, Hourly, Hours, Daily, Days, Weekly, Weeks, Monthly, Months, Yearly, Years or Scheduled according to when the task should re-occur. Tasks that have a date and time set to Minutes, Hourly, Hours, Daily, Days, Weekly, Weeks, Monthly, Months, Yearly, Years or Scheduled will prompt you with a popup scroll window above your system time on the Taskbar to notify you that thetask needs immediate attention. Use the Todo occurrence to add tasks to a task category for all those things that you need to do or review at a later date and time. This list can be printed or viewed.

System Scheduler – added 9/22/2004

System Scheduler (previously known as “Windows Scheduler”) is an excellent tool to schedule unattended running of applications, batch files, scripts and much more. For anyone used to using MSTask, AT or WinAT, System Scheduler is an ideal and easy to use replacement, with more flexibility and features.

System Up Time Monitor – added 1/10/2006

Displays system started, elapsed time. Let’s you Schedule Tasks such as Shutdown, Restart, Logoff, Hibernate, Alert, Run program, Visit Website etc . Onscreen transparent (Optional) Display with Always on Top function. Very useful for Laptop Computers.

Kirby Alarm – added 11/19/2005

Kirby Alarm is an alarm and task scheduler that will pop up a note, or run a program, or play a sound, or send an email at user defined intervals. Various options are available to set alarms/programs to run every x minutes/hours/days/months/years, or the last Friday in the month, or the last day in the month. You can define intervals such as every 5 minutes, every other day, every second Tuesday of the month, or Monday and Tuesday of every fornight at a given time.

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