Set up your own alarm clock using Windows 7 Task Scheduler

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You can set up your own alarm clock using Windows 7 Task Scheduler, without the need of any third party program. Here is a small tutorial on how you can set up alarm clock in Windows 7.

 

Click Start button, type “task scheduler” (without the quotation marks) :

 

Set up your own alarm clock using Windows 7 Task Scheduler

 

And hit Enter key from the keyboard to run it. In the extreme right pane, under “Actions” ; click “Create a Basic Task” :

 

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Give a name and description of the task in the Wizard window and then click Next button:

 

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In next Window, select when you want the alarm, then in the Action windows option, select Start a program :

 

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Then Browse for any sound file (*.wav, *.mp3 etc) :

 

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Click Next and then Finish the wizard. Setting up of your own alarm clock using Windows 7 Task Scheduler is done.

 

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  1. João Cardoso says

    Please help me, I really need to know how to cancel a task after it has been created. How do I do it?

  2. LewisS says

    Actually, it should be “task scheduler” with the quotes, not without the quotes. I tried about 5 or 6 times w/o the quotes and nothing happened. I decided to try with the quotes and Bingo – it worked.
    Thanks anyway

  3. says

    Thank you for the feedback and input Lewis.
    “task scheduler” with the quotes theoretically work better practically as it becoming specific. Without quotation marks it can search forever.

    (I do not use Windows anymore, I will check this funny thing later…)