Examples of using the quick execution menu

After you create a set of the most frequently used actions with their parameters, you can use the execution history of these actions day by day.

For example, you can:
      Configure the computer to be turned off after an hour or another time period. Each time before going to sleep, you can leave the computer with music or with the TV tuner turned on and select the necessary item for turning off the computer from the quick execution history.
      Configure a message about some event to be displayed at the specified time. If you are constantly working with the computer, why should you need notes on your desktop?
      Exit a program. It can be useful if some program you need finishes its work with an error. You do not have to open the Task Manager if you can create an action for closing the program and execute it every time you need it from the quick execution history.
      When you open a web page, usually you open your web browser first and only then you type in or select from your bookmarks the URL of the page. After you create an action for opening a certain web page, next time you need it, you will be able to select it from the quick execution history of the action. The web browser will automatically open the necessary web page.
      Et cetera, et cetera.