Executing a Program
ExecuteAt is a utility to start a program at a specific time. Its use is simple and straightforward. When starting ExecuteAt, the following dialog appears (with empty fields at the first start):
File specifies the program to be started at Time. Command line parameters can be optionally specified, which are replaced by the current date and time before the program is started. The following parameters are supported:
ExecuteAt remembers the last ten programs along with the respective parameters. They can be selected from the combo box.
The Days of the week checkboxes specify the days of the week, on which the program shall be executed.
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