5 Ways to Open Task Scheduler in Windows 10

November 1st, 2016 by Admin Leave a reply »

How can I access Task Scheduler from command line? Task Scheduler is a built-in utility in Windows that allows you to run an application, service or script at a certain time. In this tutorial we’ll show you 5 ways to open Task Scheduler in Windows 10.

Method 1: Open Task Scheduler from Run

Just press the Windows key + R to open the Run box. Type taskschd.msc and press Enter.

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Method 2: Open Task Scheduler from Command Prompt

Open the Command Prompt. In Windows 10, you can press the Windows key + X and select Command Prompt from the Power User menu.

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At the Command Prompt, type control schedtasks and hit Enter.

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Method 3: Open Task Scheduler Using Cortana Search

Click the Cortana Search box on the Windows 10 taskbar, type schedule and click on the Task Scheduler search result.

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Method 4: Open Task Scheduler from Control Panel

Open the Control Panel in Windows 10. Set the View by option to Small icons or Large icons. Click Administrative Tools.

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From the new window, you can click the Task Scheduler shortcut to launch it.

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Method 5: Open Task Scheduler from Start Menu

Click the Start button in Windows 10. From the Start Menu, expand Administrative Tools and then click Task Scheduler.

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If you’re running Windows 7, you can find Task Scheduler by going to Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System tools -> Task Scheduler.