Just ran disk cleanup on a win 7 machine that's running OK.
It came back with a total of 2.62 GB of files it could delete.
2.2 of that was 'per user queued windows error reports'.
I ran ccleaner and it came back wanting to delete 3.2 GB of files.
Under windows error reporting, there's a 1.1GB file in
with an October 15 date. in that path is mbam.exe - malwarebytes.
a) is that an acceptable amount of error reports over a few months since they got the machine?
b) is there a way to automate this cleanup?
By default the complete memory dump option is disabled in windows . If we want to enable the complete memory dump for a diagnostic purpose, we have a solution for it. here we are using the registry method to enable this.
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