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Windows 7: Task scheduler : How to flip windows PC in regular intervals

10 Jan 2015   #1
jon snow123

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Task scheduler : How to flip windows PC in regular intervals

I am having a requirement to flip(ALT+TAB) my open tabs in regular intervals say for every 5 minutes.Please guide me to get this done through a task scheduler.
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10 Jan 2015   #2
KimJong

 
 

Vewy easy fix - evewy 5 minutes you just need to pwess ALT+TAB
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11 Jan 2015   #3
A Guy

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Welcome to Seven Forums . You could do it with AutoHotkey. See this thread (and links to other threads)

Auto ALT+TAB every 30 minutes? - Support - AutoHotkey Community

You'd have to alter the script for your 5 minute time.

A Guy
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16 Jan 2015   #4
jon snow123

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Thanks for the reply. If possible can u please give me a single program to swith active windows(variable). Also where should we save this code(text file or any other extension) and where we need to attach this(in the action tab of task schedular??). Pardon me for asking

Thanks in advance
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17 Jan 2015   #5
A Guy

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Sorry, I'm not fluent in Autohotkey. You might ask at their forum. A Guy
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