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how can I use windows 7 to run a .cmd file on an hourly interval
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Create a scheduled task to run it.  Go to Administrative Tools in Control Panel and then open the Scheduled task tool from there and create new.
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You could use the Task Scheduler

http://azuliadesigns.com/windows-task-scheduler/
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Another way to get to it is 'start' orb -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System Tools -> Task Scheduler.
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all answered the question but the middle answer had an informative link

thanks
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