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Disk Cleanup : Extended How to Use Extended Disk Cleanup in Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8
This will show you how to access and run the Extended Disk Cleanup function in Windows, allowing you to clean up more HDD space for you to use.
This must be done in an elevated command window to complete.
Disk Cleanup I understand what defragment does but Iím not clear about disk cleanup.
Can someone please explain?
And also, please advise me if this is not the most appropriate discussion for this post.
Performance & Maintenance
Disk Cleanup notification My backup F: and G: drives have my system image on them. The F: drive is full, and every time I log-on to Windows, the Disk Cleanup notification will appear in the task tray.
I was wondering if there's an option to disable this. I've already tried this:
Disk Cleanup Which files can safely be checked for Disk Cleanup? I don't want to delete something that may casue an issue with the system working correctly.
Disk Cleanup Suddenly my Disk Cleanup will not start using Disk Cleanup.exe. I now have to go to Start>Run>cleanmgr to get it to start and that won't pin to the Start Menu which is where I want it.
Using Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit.