You can use a Droplet to perform batch actions with the drop of a file or files.
Merely set up an action while you walk through the steps for a single image.
- New Action folder
- New Action
- Start recording
- Open file
- Perform all steps
- Stop Recording
Save the action folder
File > Automate > Create Droplet
Choose the action set you saved on the left, and then set up destination options on the right.
When you get new files, you can merely drop them onto the droplet and the action steps will be performed on each image.
I have a client that sends me RGB chart files that need to be reduced to greyscale and then adjusted for size. I set up an action t perform the necessary steps on one of the images....
Then I created a droplet from that action.
When new images come in (10 at a time), I merely drop all the images onto a droplet, let Photoshop do it's thing for a couple minutes.. and they are all ready for use.
Here's another action I used to create a droplet which sharpens and auto-color corrects another client's screenshot files they send me. (They always need the same C boost and M drop).
Caveat: I'm assuming droplets are OS agnostic. I've never used Windows. So, don't shoot me if there's no Droplet option. I have a difficult time imagining there isn't though.