Now the application consists of two parts installed on the same PC - the server, that runs as a service, and the client, that works as UI application. This configuration allows executing scheduled tasks even if the application isn't started manually.
All scheduled tasks are executed by the server that works as a Windows service. By default it starts automatically once the PC where it is installed is powered on. You don't need to run the application manually anymore to execute scheduled tasks. The client part is used to configure scheduled tasks and check task execution statuses. It works as the UI application you know from the previous releases.