My division has been tasked with recording the morning presentation audio for future use, using the built-in Windows Sound Recorder. Because of human nature, we don't always remember to start it on time.
Windows doesn't have a built-in equivalent to the Unix cron function. Besides installing a new software program (which will take time, possibly cost money, and require IA certification), is there an easy way to automate the recording?
I'm not adverse to writing a simple Python script for it, but I haven't programmed for Windows before; I don't know the APIs or anything required for this type of program.
Thanks for the responses. I feel like an imbecile. I don't normally use Windows computers so I wasn't aware that Windows had the Task Scheduler.
However, when I tested it with the recorder program, all it did was open the program; it didn't actually start recording. How do I get it to actually start recording when it is opened?