Start, click All Programs, point to Accessories, point to System Tools, and then click Scheduled Tasks. The Scheduled Tasks window opens so that you can modify the settings.
Properties, and then use either or both of the following methods:
- To change the schedule for the task, click the Schedule tab.
- To customize the settings for the task, such as the maximum run time, idle time requirements, and power management options, click the Settings tab.
- Click Start, click Control panel, and then click Scheduled Tasks.
- Right-click the scheduled task, and then click Rename.
- Right-click the renamed task, and then click Run.
- To stop a running task, right-click the task in the Scheduled Tasks window, and then click End Task. It may take a moment or two for the task to stop. To restart the task, right-click the task and then click Run.
- To pause the task scheduler so that no tasks run until you want them to, click Pause Task Scheduler on the Advanced menu. To permit tasks to run again, click Continue Task Scheduler on the Advanced menu.
- To delete a task, right-click the task in the Scheduled Tasks window, and then click Delete.
- To prevent a task from running until you decide to let it run again, right-click the task in the Scheduled Tasks window, and then click Properties. On the General tab, clear the Enabled check box. Select the check box again to enable the task when you are ready to let the task scheduler run it again.
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