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Greg Shultz demonstrates how to use the RunWinSAT batch file and the DisplayWinSAT PowerShell script to display your Windows 8.1 system's Windows Experience Index scores.
Phatch is an easy-to-use photo processor that allows batch processing and an array of actions that can be automated. Marco Fioretti shows you how it works.
John Joyner reports on a demo of an enterprise application orchestration tool for industrial strength enterprise job scheduling and workflow automation.
Jesus Vigo illustrates the power of Mac Automator by sharing three common tasks you can set up. Purge files, map drives, and create custom automations by following these steps.
FreeFileSync is an open source, cross-platform backup tool. Learn how to install it and then use it to set up a backup job.
Greg Shultz introduces you to VBScript print utilities and explains why they're an important addition to the Windows 7 operating system.
Use the batch-file command Choice to make your batch files interactive. Greg Shultz shows how it can come in handy even in Windows 7.
Derek Schauland looks at a tool he uses to automate file-based tasks and shows how to set up an alert email based on a specific event in a watched directory.
Alan Norton explains two-plus methods for transferring files via FTP using tools already provided by Microsoft Windows 7 that you may not know about.
Robocopy may be newer, but 83 percent of respondents to a TR Dojo poll say they still use Windows XCopy. Here's a list of resources for XCopy fans.