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How to Open Task Scheduler in Windows 10

In Windows 10, you can open Task Scheduler in many ways.

Here, we will see eleven different ways to do this task. Let's get started.

Open Task Scheduler in Windows 10

Open Start Menu. Find and open "Windows Administrative Tools" folder.

Now, you can see "Task Scheduler."

Task Scheduler

Click on it.

Open Run.

Type "taskschd.msc" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Run with command

Open Command Prompt.

Type "taskschd" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter."

Command in Command Prompt

Open PowerShell.

Type "taskschd" (without double quotes) and then hit "Enter."

Command in PowerShell

Open Start Menu and then type "task scheduler" (without double quotes).

Now, you can see "Task Scheduler."

Task Scheduler in search result

Click on it.

In the Address Toolbar, type "taskschd.msc" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter." 

Taskschd.msc in Address Toolbar

In the File Explorer Address Bar, type "taskschd.msc" (without double quotes) and then hit "Enter."

Taskschd.msc in File Explorer Address Bar

Open Task Manager and then click File > Run new task.

In the "Create new task" box, type "taskschd.msc" (without double quotes) and then press "Enter" key.

Create new task box with command

Go to C > Windows > System32 folder.

Find and double-click "taskschd" file.

Taskschd file

Open Control Panel.

In the search box at the top, type "task" (without double quotes).

Now, you can see "Schedule tasks."

Schedule tasks

Click on it.

Open Settings app.

Type "schedule tasks" in the Search Box at the top. Now, you can see "Schedule tasks" in the search result.

Schedule tasks in the search result

Click on it.

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