I recently discovered that I can use Frameless to display messages from Windows Task Scheduler by creating an EXE from a BAT file with Dr. Batcher.
1. Create a batch file that displays the desired message in frameless
For example -
:: open image with frameless - always on top - show for 10 seconds
:: the start command prevents the command prompt from displaying - /b=start without creating a new window
start /b Frameless.exe "testimage.gif" x=100 y=200 taskbar=no aot=yes duration=00:00:10
2. Run the batch file through Dr. Batcher (or any program that creates an EXE from a BAT file) and produce an executable file.
3. Run the Windows Task Scheduler and (1) create a task (2) Give it a Name (3) Create a Trigger - when you want it to start (4) Create Action to start the EXE you created from Dr. Batcher (5) Run your new task
Now you have the image or animated gif you ran in your BATCH file executed at the specified time in the new EXE file by the Task Scheduler.