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DelayExec v1.01  FREE!

Have you ever wanted to delay the execution of a program? Now you can with DelayExec. This small utility accepts command line parameters to launc the file of your choice. The first parameter is the full path to the file you would like to execute. The second parameter is the delay time, in seconds. Optionally you can tell the software to minimize or maximize the launched file, by default it will launch the file nomrally. There is no user interface to the program, it is ran from the command line and is completely hidden/stealth.

DelayExec could be useful if you want something to wait before executing, such as on Windows startup or in a network login script. Click here to download DelayExec v1.01 .

Command line options for DelayExec:

delayexec.exe [filename] [delay in seconds] -min -max

The filename is the path to the file you would like to launch.
The delay is the number of seconds you want to delay before launching the file.
-min will launch the file minimized
-max will launch the file maximized

Example: delay.exe "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Office\Office\OUTLOOK.EXE" 60 -max

The example above would delay 60 seconds before launching Outlook, maximized.

Not sure what a command line is or how to use it? See our Support FAQ

How to close DelayExec:

DelayExec will close after the file specified on the command line is launched.

DelayExec will only work successfully on these specific Windows operating systems:
Windows 7  Windows 2008  Windows Vista  Windows XP  Windows 2003  Windows 2000  Windows NT  Windows ME  Windows 98  Windows 95