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© September 2004 Tony Lawrence

A semi-commercial replacement for cron. It's free for personal use:


 Vexus is dedicated to providing
 something back to the community so
 personal copies of Avatar are free.
 

Cron certainly does have limitations. They don't give pricing on their http://www.vexus.ca/ website, which usually means expensive :-)

But free personal use could be useful too, especially on NT which has really bad scheduling. Assuming they'd consider any NT use "personal", of course.

See these also:



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Photos for Mac: A Take Control Crash Course

Sierra: A Take Control Crash Course

El Capitan: A Take Control Crash Course

Take Control of iCloud, Fifth Edition

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