When you access your computer remotely, the connection is often too slow to do any productive work. Even logging in to your remote PC to check, download and read your email is tricky. Doing any work is almost out of the question. The other option is to automate a number of tasks. For instance, why not set up an automated routine that will start an application, run a procedure, close and then log you off? The ideal situation would be a routine that you could save as an executable, so it can be double-clicked on your desktop.
VistaTask 6.5 is a tool that enables you to automate the use of your PC. Better still, you can then export your automated task as a self-running exe file, which you can use to run the task. You wouldn't need VistaTask to run through your script. Despite the name, VistaTask 6.5 isn't just for Windows Vista.
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