New App Easily Schedules And Automates Scripts

LAJ Design has released a utility for automating scripts and actions on a timed basis, BatControls. BatControls 1.0 allows users to easily define scripts and actions to be executed on a scheduled, timed basis. According to LAJ Design:

LAJ Design is pound to announce the initial release of BatControls which allows you to schedule multiple (up to 4) commands or script files to execute on a user specified time period.

Ever have a project where you had to copy or move a file every two hours, after about 4 hours you get tired of copying or moving. Let the computer do the work with BatControls. Customizable for 4 simultaneous timers to run. For each timer the user can specify either a command to run (shell mode) or a file to open (Launch Only mode. In shell mode, all commands are run like you are in command or in terminal (for NT and 2000 see below). The results from the execution are copied into the log. In Launch Only mode, the user specifies a files and BatControls will launch the file as if it had been opened in explorer. The registered user get the ability to save the configuration and to select autostart. Autostart, automatically loads your saved configuration and starts the timers as BatControls starts up. This allows you to setup your configuration, put the program in your startup folder, and not have to worry about starting the timers or setting up their configuration.

BatControls is available for US$8. You can find more information at the LAJ Design Web site.