Para hacer un Schedule Task de Defrag

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Para hacer un Schedule Task de Defrag

Post  Admin on Wed May 14, 2008 8:49 pm

Este "truco" lo uso particularmente cuando les proveo servicios de Optimización a mis clientes.

Despues de Limpiarle la PC (por dentro del Case y un DiskCleanup, CHKDSK), chequeo de Status de Antivirus, Firewall, WinUpdates, entre otros chequeos, termino haciendoles un Schedule Task de Defrag pautada a una hora que el Usuario escoja para dejar la PC tranquila por una hora, por lo menos. De esta manera no pierdo una hora de mi tiempo esperando que termine un Defrag. Claro, todo depende de la defragmentación del HDD del Usuario.

Aqui los pasos a seguir:

To schedule a one time only, or weekly, monthly, or whenever you want defragmentation

1.Click Start, and then click Control Panel.

2.Click Performance and Maintenance.

3.Under or pick a Control Panel icon, click Scheduled Tasks
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4.In the Scheduled Tasks window, double-click Add Scheduled Task.

5.In the Scheduled Task Wizard, click Next.

6.Click Browse.

7.In the File name box, type %systemroot%\system32\defrag.exe, and then click Open.

8.Under Perform this task, click Weekly. Then, click Next.

9.Set the time and day of the week you would like to defragment your hard drive. For best results, choose a time when your computer will be on but you will be away from it. Click Next.

10.Type your password in both the Enter the password and Confirm password boxes. Then, click Next.

11.Select the Open advanced properties for this task when I click Finish check box, and then click Finish.

12.In the Run box, add C: to the existing command. Make sure you include a space before the “C:”. Then, click OK.

13.In the Set Account Information dialog box, type your password in both the Password and Confirm password boxes. Then, click OK.

Windows XP will defragment your hard drive at the time you have scheduled. During defragmentation, a black window will open. If you happen to be working at your computer when the window opens, you can ignore it. The window will automatically disappear when defragmentation is complete. You can use other programs during defragmentation, but you may prefer to schedule defragmentation at a time when you won’t be using your computer.

Defragmentation works best when you have plenty of free space on your hard drive. For instructions on how to clear free space, read Maintenance tasks that improve performance.

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