Disk Cleanup is a built-in tool in Windows to delete temporary files that are safe to delete.

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Automating Disk Cleanup on Windows using commandline

I am trying to run Disk Cleanup in the Command Prompt (and through a C# program) and so I went through all the available options from this link: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315246 Whilst I ...
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Confirm if directory exists in a specific location then Run cmd 1 if not cmd 2

I have two scripts that I would like to merge into 1 batch file. The scripts just delete temp areas on windows 7 or xp, I would like to combine them by creating a conditional statement that states IF ...
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Is there a way to know what the Windows Disk Cleanup utility will delete?

When I run the Disk Cleanup utility that's built into Windows 8, it tells me that it can free up 53GB by deleting 'Temporary Files'. However, a CCleaner analysis on default settings only finds about ...
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Windows XP: Disk Cleanup: File takes a long time to access

I recently ran Disk Cleanup (with the "compress old files" option) and Disk Defragmenter on a PC with Windows XP. This computer was purchased in 2004, and was a "middle of the road" computer at the ...
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How can I perform Disk Cleanup on all user accounts that exist on a computer?

Can you help me with some ideas regarding a possible way that I can use for performing maintenance tasks on all computer users in one shot (e.g. Disk Cleanup, Registry Cleanup)? I would like to kill ...
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Error popup message (when rebooting) after Disk Cleanup

Okay, this is interesting. People told me that it's perfectly safe to delete the Temp folder. So I did, as I performed Disk Cleanup in C:, but guess what, I guess it's not perfectly safe. When I ...