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Vartkes

Another suggestion ... option to clear out Prefetch

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Today I came across the suggestion that emptying the 'Prefetch' folder periodically (in XP) helps speed up start up (and shut down) of the system - by getting rid of long unused prefetch codes.

 

An ideal (and safe) thing for CCleaner to do?

 

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kes

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Prefetch cleaning is already in CCleaner (see in CCleaner - Windows tab - System - last entry) but is a hotly debated issue.

 

See here for more info.

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