Your ignorance is showing." "I don't suffer from insanity. But you did come on and make it sound like I was pushing drugs on to unsuspecting children.I simply made a very easy, not very creative or difficult batch file The OMG, I just laughed so hard 2 (Why so serious?) Announcing EVGA 1080 Ti with iCX - Coming Soon 1080 TI FE Successful stable overclocks rjohnson11 GTX 1080ti unboxing and benchmarks After all, the option to clear one log out at a time is built in and standard for all the seperate logs, this is just a script to clean house more navigate here
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Sounds like it's time to expand that partition. I've still got a large chunk of RAM open, so I assume I won't see a particularly high amount of PF usage anyway... echo ^
I get a lot more enjoyment out of life helping people do things better or learning a better way to do things from others, not getting involved in a flame war This book will be of interest to systems and network administrators, IT managers, security and network engineers, and database administrators.Named the 2011 Best Systems Administration Book by InfoSec ReviewsDetailed technical information I'm getting this error about Adobe Air. http://windirstat.info/ Interesting, that program just revealed 2GB of replay data GRID has been dumping in there...
I was pretty happy I got around to putting it in writing. And yes, occasionally it's nice to simply dump them all after making changes to view a nice clean log.Your response is rather condensending and pretty close minded. SHOW ME NOW CNET © CBS Interactive Inc. / All Rights Reserved. Generally we recommend less invasive practices for streamlining and increasing speed and performance: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows7/Get-computer-speed-and-performance-information.Cheers,Tara Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Well that was close but no cigar, :) by
What exactly should I do if it slowly keeps growing with updates and whatnot? Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion I can probably do a little cleaning in the user folders and whatnot, but short of a reformat/expanding the partition I'm not sure what else I can do... by whyszat / August 15, 2010 7:48 AM PDT In reply to: Delete all event logs at once in Windows 7 Try this - MUCH easier and works on Vista, 7
Yes, they are extremely valuable in troubleshooting and keeping a log, more so in a corporate environment. http://newwikipost.org/topic/ZWR8ftVEIN5E2KDn90vINgBrRiOfUusm/Microsoft-Windows-DxpTaskSyncProvider-Analytic.html If you like to periodically clear out the cruft, fine! Thanks for the idea though, saved me a hoop of time clearing the dang logs. I use it for this sort of thing.
echo Event Logs have been cleared! ^
THAT is the primary audience for CNet. Remember Me? Edit: I believe I've switched the pagefile over to the main data partition. If you have no need for such a feature then don't use.
That puts quotes around all of the log names and adds the command to clear the log in front. I posted to a public forum. I like to think I keep this thing pristine, but it keeps growing.
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Thanks! Maybe instead of lashing out at others, you should reflect upon these paranoid tendencies you seem to have. That puts me near the allocated 29.4 assuming the pagefile is getting some use (gained the remaining 2 or so when I closed Photoshop). It will eat basically the same amount as your memory.