This screen is displayed after launching a scheduling operation from the button in the Copy/Backup/Migration wizards.
Here, you can rename your task as well as select the recurrence. You have the option to set the task for One time, daily, weekly, and monthly recurrences. Under advanced settings you can choose to "repeat task every" and then specify the time frame (the time frame options will perform the scheduled task more often than daily with 10 hours as the largest time increment that can be selected).
This screen allows you to set the specific details of the task's repetition. You have the option to set a specific start time and date, the duration of the scheduled tasks running, as well as fine tune the recurrence details. You have the option to change the number of weeks in between tasks as well as set the day/days for the task to be carried out. (e.g. Every 2 weeks on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday). You have full control of when and how often your task occurs.
This screen shows all of the tasks you have scheduled as well as the time they were last run, the upcoming scheduled run time, status, type, and the details of the tasks' scheduling.
It is on this screen that you can select an existing task, enable, disable, delete, refresh, or change it's schedule. You also have the option to generate a script that can be used in Powershell or the command prompt in order to run the task outside of its scheule. If you would like to run the task quickly, you can click the "Run" button in the lower left hand corner. You can also see the history of all the tasks, active or otherwise, by clicking the "History" button.
You can also right-click on any task and bring up a context menu that allows you to take the above mentioned actions on any task.