As professional organizing consultant Marie Kondo says, “the objective of cleaning is not just to clean, but to feel happiness living within that environment.”

To keep your clients happy and their computers running at optimal speed, it’s vital to take care of a computer’s maintenance needs at least once every month.

While once a month may seem like a lot, with this straightforward script, you can conveniently preset a series of cleanup maintenance tasks on the system. 

The script’s preset options include creating a restore point (a saved ‘snapshot’ of a computer’s data at a specific point in time), rebooting the system, deleting current user and system temporary files, running Windows Disk Cleanup, and rebooting again once complete.

Using Windows Disk Cleanup, this script will only clean the temporary directory of the user executing the script. Other user accounts will not have their temporary files deleted.

So, are you ready to clean up the files no one needs anymore?