Although It is quite possible to use the Windows Task Scheduler to automate the running ofÂ any program. However, There are times when some programs require user input once they were started and that program will sit there, waiting forever for a keyboard response.
There are several solutions to this problem but here is aÂ utility that has filled a major gap.
I’m sure a lot of readers will find this very useful. I note that the developer makes a free and a Pro version. The Pro version has some useful additional features such as the ability to reboot and run as a service but the free will do for most of our daily jobs. Furthermore, the free version covers both home and business use. so you don’t have to spend anything.(the best part)
The software is just 1.0 MB and does not put any load on your CPU or RAM.