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Anything like CCleaner that can run on a schedule?

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  1. wannabie

    wannabie Elite Member

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    Does anyone know of something like CCleaner than runs on auto schedule at all? I know you can set a windows schedule thingy but that only opens the programme but it doesn't click the run button

    ANy suggestions?
     
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    There better be because I hit CCleaner like a crack rock and need to quit...
     
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    Done that as said, it doesn't click the run button, just opened the programme

    I need something that will clean a machine daily without me having to click the run button
     
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    Ah forgot to say I need it to work on windows server 2008
     
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    use Windows Task Scheduler
     
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    Tuneup can run every xx minutes.
     
  10. evilman11

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    open up notepad and paste this into it.
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    cmd /c "C:\Program Files\CCleaner\CCleaner.exe"/auto
    save it as a bat file (.bat instead of .txt) and use the windows task scheduler to run it at whatever time you want. you could also save it to your startup folder to have it run whenever windows starts.