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How to Use Windows Batch File Commands to Automate Repetitive    Tasks
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"How to Use Windows Batch File Commands to Automate Repetitive Tasks"

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Before Windows became our favorite GUI, everything was done using commands. Some of our readers may remember using MS-DOS commands to complete the smallest of tasks. These days, you can still use commands to automate tasks and speed up your productivity.

If you have a number of boring and repetitive tasks, a batch file is exactly what you’re looking for. Instead of manually executing tasks, a single batch file can be written to take care of everything.

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