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    Default Disk Cleanup tool/Cleanmgr.exe

    Disk cleanup tool can be accessed by clicking on Start > All Programs > Accessories > System Tools > Or by typing Cleanmgr.exe in Start > Run

    Help speed up your puter/auto

    You can Run it from the cmd line
    Disk Cleanup supports command-line options or it can be run without the cmd line

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    * Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition
    * Microsoft Windows XP Professional

    How to Automate the Disk Cleanup Tool in Windows XP

    This article describes how use command-line options to configure the Disk Cleanup tool (Cleanmgr.exe) to automatically clean up certain files.
    Cleanmgr.exe is designed to clear unnecessary files from your computer's hard disk. You can use command-line options to specify that Cleanmgr.exe cleans up certain files. You can then schedule the task to run at a specific time by using the Scheduled Tasks tool.
    Credit: Microsoft Help and Support Article ID: 315246
    Last edited by Canuck; 05-18-2009 at 11:49 AM. Reason: needs to be moved to Help2Go Recommended Software
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    Thanks for this abseh1. I think this is best left as a separate post as this utility is part of the operating system. Software picks for the most part is for stand alone software. I would classify this as more a tutorial. I've made some changes, please feel free to edit further.


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    Ok..thanks for the edit
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