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windows 7Disk Cleanup is a great tool which lets you clean your Windows 7 from all kind of computer junk such as: garbage from  the Internet, document leftovers, deleted files etc. To run it you have to click Start and type in the Search field: cleanmgr.exe. This will open the utility. From there you will be able to select whatever folder you want and…clean it. The following tutorial will show you, in a very easy way, how to automate the whole procedure in order to set Disk Cleanup to Run on your computer, automatically!

  1. Click Start.
  2. In the Search Field, type cmd and press Enter.
  3. Now, type cleanmgr /sageset:1 in the Command Prompt and hit Enter.
  4. Once you have gained access to the full Disk Cleanup utility, select the folder you wish to clean.
  5. Click OK.
  6. Let’s schedule the Disk Cleanup to run automatically at a certain time of day of the week, month etc.
  7. Click Start – All Programs – Accessories – System Tools – Task Scheduler.
  8. From the right-pane, click Task Scheduler.
  9. Give a name to the new task and click the Next button.
  10. Select how often you want to automatically run Disk Cleanup and click the Next button.
  11. Go ahead and set other parameters (such as time frame etc.)
  12. Select Start a Program and click Next.
  13. Now, click the browse button and look for the program named cleanmgr,  and double click it.
  14. In the Add Argument (optional) box, type: /sagerun:1 and click Next.
  15. Click Finish.



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One Comment to “How to Set Disk Cleanup to Run Automatically in Windows 7”

  1. mmg1818 Says:

    after this i reinstall my Windows 7


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