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Windows 10 - Task scheduler and creating a task

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In this video we explain Task Scheduler and show you how to create a simple task like having calculator launch and running it on demand as well.

Video Steps

1. Click Start

Click start and then start typing in "Task Scheduler" and then open it.

2. Create a task

On the right hand side, click on create a task and then follow the steps in the video.
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