Task Scheduler is a component of Microsoft Windows that provides the ability to schedule the launch of programs or scripts at pre-defined times or after specified time intervals. It was first introduced in the Windows 95 Plus! pack as System Agent but was renamed to Task Scheduler in Windows 98. The Windows Event Log service must be running before the Task Scheduler starts up. This service should not be confused with the scheduler that allocates CPU resources to processes already in memory.
Fix Windows Task Scheduler issues
- [FIX] Task Scheduler won’t wake up the computer
- [FIX] Task Scheduler not running
- [Fix] Windows Scheduled Tasks not running
- [FIX] Empty Task Manager
- Fix: Task Host window is preventing the shutdown on Windows 10