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Advanced Disk Cleanup - Create Shortcuts Without A Batch File!
This is how to create shortcuts for the Advanced Disk Cleanup feature. I keep mine in my Start Menu
These shortcuts do not require batch files or command window, and they execute immediately. Just follow the steps below!
NOTE: You MUST be logged in as an administrator to complete this tutorial.
Advanced System Cleanup: Configure Options Shortcut
1. Right click on the desktop and select New/Shortcut
2. Insert this for the location
Advanced System Cleanup: Run Cleanup Shortcut
To create this shortcut follow the same steps as mentioned above, but change the 'Location' toThats it! I hope some of you find this as useful and convenient as I have!
I had to edit this a few times while trying to get my screenshots formatted correctly Sorry about that
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