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How to produce more in less time with less stress with SuperLauncher

You know how everyday you go about doing the same routines over and over again and you end up stressed in a bad mood and frustraded?

SuperLauncher is the solution for you. What SuperLauncher does is it eliminates the repetitive tasks you do every day and it allows you to produce more in less time with less stress and with that comes also more time to relax and take care of the other important aspects of your life.

SuperLauncher is a productivity booster and it works in 4 fronts: First it can open resources with hot-keys; Second it has a popup menu for your most used apps and websites; Third it has a reminder that you can use to never forget an appointment; Fourth it can group resources so you can open all resources regarding a same matter at once; Fifth it allows you to paste recorded text messages so you never have to retype the same message again.

There are 2 versions of SuperLauncher: A free version and a paid version. The difference between them is that the free version does not have scheduling but you can get it right here if you go to the Freeware page.

I have put together a video to help you understand the power of SuperLauncher more in depth.

How to schedule desktop recording and image capturing with ScreenCamera

What good is a screen recorder or video recorder without a proper scheduler?

You may want to record and take pictures when you’re away from the computer and the video screen recorder must provide you that feature. I feel like it is almost mandatory for a video recorder to have a proper scheduler.

In this here example I am using ScreenCamera. A lot of people know or have heard about ScreenCamera but what most people don’t know is that recently a powerful scheduler was added to the software package.

With ScreenCamera’s scheduler you can choose to record from date and time of start until date and time of end, but you can do much more: You can record and take pictures on one day of the week or two from period of start until period of end, so for example you can set ScreenCamera to take pictures of your desktop every Sunday and Monday from 1PM to 3PM every 1 minute.

If it is timely possible then ScreenCamera’s scheduler can program it for you. You can also set multiple tasks to run, like if for example you have a task that takes pictures every day from time A to time B but you want to add a video recording session to record your favorite TV show, you add another task and both tasks will run together.

Watch the video bellow to understand it a little bit better: