Have you ever wanted a simple way to script time and date command execution? Imagine being able to set up an automated process to compress your server's log files into a subdirectory hierarchy each week, or delete certain files after 60 days. Whatever your time based scripting needs (as long as it is just one command), your answer is within AnalogX Sarch.
At its core it's nothing more than a command executor that allows you to insert time and date values into the actual execution string. I know, it sounds technical, but it's actually not that difficult. Just set up a batch file, make a few calls to Sarch, add it to the task scheduler, and next thing you know you're in automation heaven.
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