Been avoiding the humdrum task of freeing up disk space from your Windows computer? We’ve been there.
This script streamlines running disk cleanup on all your Windows devices – without requiring user interaction at all! This disk cleanup tool clears all items found (equivalent to checking all boxes in Disk Cleanup, under Files to delete) and runs silently in the background.
By utilizing this script, you can easily reduce the amount of unnecessary and temporary files on your hard drive, so your computer runs faster. And who doesn’t want their computer to run faster?
By continuously running Windows cleanup on your clients’ devices, you can comfortably provide reports to your customers about what you’ve been doing for them every month, and prove just how awesome (and crucial to their business) you really are!
Not to mention, keeping your customers’ computers free of unnecessary files and running faster than ever can effortlessly maintain a good relationship with your customers, and help your bottom line with minimal sweat.
Now if only there was a command prompt to make spring cleaning this easy…
cleanmgr /sagerun:n /VERYLOWDISK rem All drives in the computer will be enumerated, and the rem selected profile will be run against each drive. rem Run with the default settings, no user prompt
How to free up disk space or fix low disk space errors and notifications?
Cleaning up system files doesn’t have to be as intimidating as it sounds. With this implementable script, you can easily free up disk space, eliminating low disk-space errors and notifications on your Window devices.
How to run disk cleanup remotely?
With this easy-to-use script, you can run the disk cleanup completely remotely; the end-user doesn’t even have to do anything at all to have their device cleaned and running faster in no time!
How to run disk cleanup silently, without end-user interaction?
No end-user interaction is needed whatsoever with this script! The script easily cleans up temporary files without bothering the end-user client at all. Nifty, eh?
This script runs on Windows OS devices only (it will not work on Mac devices).