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Published on 12.20.05 by Brent Trahan

Automated Disk Cleanup

One feature I really liked about Windows 98 was the ability to run a tool that would automatically run a scan on your hard drive for errors, get rid of all the junk, then defragment the local drives. Since Windows 2000+ that is not the case. I wanted a tool that did the same thing […]

One feature I really liked about Windows 98 was the ability to run a tool that would automatically run a scan on your hard drive for errors, get rid of all the junk, then defragment the local drives. Since Windows 2000+ that is not the case. I wanted a tool that did the same thing so bad I created one myself.

I call the tool Automated Disk Cleanup. It’s a very simple set of batch files and others that clean your computer from its trash then defragments all the local drives for you.

Click here to download Automated Disk Cleanup and give it a try.

Click here to get the manual on this tool.

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