Step one, click on the Start Menu control Panel Options, in the control Panel to find "system and security-management tools-Scheduled Tasks", click to open. On the Pop-up Task Scheduler window, you can edit and set up existing scheduled tasks, and of course you can create new basic tasks. As shown in the figure:
Step two: Create a basic task; On the pop-up Task Scheduler window, select Create Basic task and eject the Create Basic Task Wizard window, as shown in the figure:
Step three, first we enter the name and description of the creation of a new task. As shown in the figure:
Step four, to the setting of the trigger, the user chooses the start time of the task himself. Can be set on a daily, monthly basis. As shown in the figure:
The next step is to set the action button, and then "display information" to choose to start the program or send an e-mail message, if it is in the form of e-mail, enter the title and mail. As shown in the figure:
Step six, and finally click Finish. As shown in the figure:
Step seven, of course, created the basic tasks, we can also create tasks, as shown in the figure: the same for general, triggers, operations, conditions, settings, parameter settings. Setting the method is similar to creating a basic task. The small series is unknown.
Win7 How to run tasks in special situations:
Step one, if you want to run Media Center, run the other related medium programs. The user can use the option as the trigger for the job when a particular event is logged, and enter the relevant time identifier.
To know the event identification code, you can view the custom record by viewing the Event Viewer in the Control Panel---the management tool to get the event identification code you want.