All of which are members of the Microsoft Windows Client performance Team and Mark Russinovich and Ed Bott.Noyb said:There are those who say don't clean the Prefetch.
Which is ridiculous because you should not delete a prefetch file for an application you still have installed unless you want it to load slower the next time you launch. If the NTFS last access date is disabled than CCleaner will delete all you prefetch files each time you run it, which is completely ridiculous. The folder is self cleaning at 128 entries.Noyb said:If you let CCleaner clean the Prefetch ... It'll remove entries older that 2 weeks. I figure this is a good compromise between the two arguments.
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