Method 1: Open Task Scheduler from Run
Just press Windows key + R to open the Run box. Type taskschd.msc and press Enter.
Method 2: Open Task Scheduler from Command Prompt
Open Command Prompt. In Windows 10, you can press Windows key + X and choose Command Prompt from the Power User menu.
At the command prompt, type plan control command and press Enter.
Method 3: Open Task Scheduler Using Cortana Search
Click in the Cortana Search box on the Windows 10 taskbar, type schedule, and click the Scheduling Task search result.
Method 4: Open Task Scheduler from the Control Panel
Open the Control panel in Windows 10. Set the view to small icons or large icons. Click Administrative Tools.
From the new window, you can click the Task Scheduler shortcut to launch it.
Method 5: Open Task Scheduler from Start Menu
Click the Start button in Windows 10. From the Start Menu, expand Administrative Tools and then click Task Scheduler.
If you are running Windows 7, you can find Task Scheduler by going to Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> System tools -> Task Scheduler.