just a question

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  1. rojobo

    rojobo Registered Member

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    Does anyone know of a program I can have running,
    that will end another program at a predetermined time?
    Or could this even be a batch file run by "Scheduled Tasks"
    at the time I want, to shut down another programo_O
    I've "Googled" this to no avail.
    Suggestionso_O
    Thanks
     
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    Q Section Registered Member

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    Hello rojobo

    Take a look at this program called Event Manager.

    Be seeing you
     
  3. HandsOff

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    LIUsoft's Wintasks 4 Pro is a very usefull program for identifying and controlling running processes. I read about some really powerful scripting features. They say they have developed very easy to use tools. It sounded good, however, i have not had the need to use that feature.

    It's not free, but it's reasonable and useful. Identifying running processes is tricky. If you want to check it out, and cannot find a link, message back and i will look it up.

    I am sitting here wondering what you would use that for...maybe to shut down Explorer during scheduled automated spy scan's? If so, you are a very thourough person!!!

    - HandsOff
     
  4. rojobo

    rojobo Registered Member

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    Thanks for the replies, I will check them out.
    Actually, I'd use it to start, then stop webcam
    software. Why upload a black rectangle?
    Thanks again
     
  5. HandsOff

    HandsOff Registered Member

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    I knew it!

    That was going to be my next guess!

    - HandsOff


    Oh, by the way, depending one what you need to do, you can always control your computer remotely from another computer, i think a clean break is better though! :D

    -HandsOff
     
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