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    How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Hi friends I am a student and using my Lenovo from few weeks and I want to schedule a automatic disk clean up so the windows can do it by its own at the time and day I mention in it if anyone can answer me I will be very thankful. One more think I want it for both enterprise and professional editions of windows 7.



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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Hello,

    Click to open task scheduler.


    • Click the Action menu, and then click Create Basic Task.


      This opens the Create Basic Task Wizard.
    • Type a name for the task and an optional description, and then click Next.


    • To select a schedule based on the calendar, click Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or One time, and then click Next.


    • Specify the schedule you want to use, and then click Next.


    • Click Start a program, and then click Next.


    • Click Browse, type cleanmgr.exe in the File name box, click Open, and then click Next.


    • Click Finish.

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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Yes, you can easily schedule dick clean up in windows 7.
    For do this follow the following easy steps:-

    1. Go to start menu on windows 7
    2. Search there as Task scheduler
    3. Click on that to open
    4. You will get a new pop up as below


    5. Now click on the Create Basic Task
    6. They will ask for name so provide a name of task
    7. Now scheduled as Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or One time.
    8. and then choose schedule as you want to use
    9. now make a click on Browse, type cleanmgr.exe in the File name box, click Open
    10. and at last click on Finish button.
    your Task will be scheduled after it.

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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Friend, follow these steps to to Schedule Disk Clean up in Windows 7:

    STEP 1: Click on "Start" Menu and type "Task Scheduler" and hit enter.

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    STEP 2: Task Scheduler opens and Click on "Action", then Select "Create Basic Task".

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    STEP 3: Type the name of the Task and an Optional Description and then Click "Next".

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    STEP 4: To Select he Schedule, Select Daily or Weekly or Monthly or One time and then Click "Next".

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    STEP 5: If you Select "Week", then Select which day of the Week.

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    STEP 6: Select "Action" and then Select "Start a Program".

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    STEP 7: In the Program/Script Field type "cleanmgr.exe".

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    STEP 8: Summary of the Scheduled Task is shown. If every thing is right, then Click "Finish".

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    During the Scheduled time, a pop up will occur and you can Select the drive to Clean up.

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    Disk Clean up Starts and Shows it's Calculations.


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    You can Choose the Files to Delete.

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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Hello,

    Click the Action menu, and then click Create Basic Task
    This opens the Create Basic Task Wizard.
    Type a name for the task and an optional description, and then click Next.
    To select a schedule based on the calendar, click Daily, Weekly, Monthly, or One time, and then click Next.
    Specify the schedule you want to use, and then click Next.
    Click Start a program, and then click Next.
    Click Browse, type cleanmgr.exe in the File name box, click Open, and then click Next.
    Click Finish.

    Regards
    -Abhishek

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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    Hello my friend..it is very easy to schedule a disk clean up in windows 7...
    Just follow the below steps...

    1) Click on the Start Menu and enter task scheduler into the search box and hit Enter.


    2) The Task Scheduler opens and youll want to click on Action then select Create Basic Task.

    3) The Create Basic Task Wizard comes up and from here type in a name for the task and a description then click Next.

    4) Now select how often you want Disk Cleanup to runWeekly, Daily, Monthly, One Timeetc. There is not right or wrong answer to how often you run it. Its completely up to you and you might want to try out some different schedules. In this example were going to select weekly.

    5) Since we set it up to run weekly we need to schedule it when to start, how often it reoccurs, and which day of the week to run it.

    6) Next under Action select Start a program

    7) In the Program/script field type in cleanmgr.exe or you can hit browse and select Disk Cleanup which is in C:\Windows|system32\cleanmgr.exe

    8) Under Program/script youll see the path to Disk Cleanup as C:\Windows\system32\cleanmgr.exe

    9) Then youre shown a summary of the scheduled task and if everything looks correct click on Finish.

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    Re: How can I schedule disk clean up in windows 7 Enterprise and Professional editions?

    To schedule the disk clean up follow these steps

    • Go to the start menu
    • Then type task manger in the search then tap on enter
    • Now select the Actions tab under taskmanager
    • Then choose the option Create basic task
    • Then in the new window tap on create basic task
    • Then provide the name as Disk clean up
    • Now enter the description if you want
    • Now choose the option next and tap on it
    • Then select the option Trigger in the new dialog
    • Now choose the time when you want to start the task
    • Then select the day and the time
    • Then choose the start program under Action
    • Now in the Program/script field type in cleanmgr.exe
    • Then click on finish
    To done this your computer should be in runnig at that time

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