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Shareware (Free to try)
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2432
Platform:
Windows All
Publisher:
Zards Software(more)
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GoGoStop is a compact Scheduled Tasks Manager tool to set up and run unattended program execution or tasks. GoGoStop helps you to manage your frequent tasks and allows you to automatically start them in background. The flexible scheduling gives you the capability to specify exact start times within a day, week or month and the exact time you wish to stop your task also on any given day, week or month.

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