When creating a new program entry in the scheduler, PC TimeWatch offers multiple modes for selecting the program to restrict.
From user's start menu items
The program opens a dialog box displaying the root of the user's Start programs folder. Just select the entry corresponding to the program that you want to restrict.
From common start menu items
This is the same process but the programs presented are those programs shared by all users on the system.
From window list
This opens the Window list dialog.
From running processes
This opens the Running programs dialog.
By exe name
Chose this option only if you know exactly the name of the exe file and the location of the program that you want to restrict.
Usually, you'll chose the From user's start menu items or the From common start menu items mode first. Only if you don't find the target program there, will you chose another mode.
Initial time slots
Instead of re-creating all time slots for the new entry, you can copy the initial time slots from another entry. To do so, just check the Copy time slots from option and select the source entry.
Please see Managing program entries for explanations about how to use groups.