One of the most useful tools contained in the Asmwsoft PC
Optimizer is the ability to schedule certain actions to take place
automatically at certain intervals. Using these options, you can
essentially operate various vital system maintenance operations,
keeping your system in top shape without you having to remember to
perform the maintenance yourself.
There are three tools that can be scheduled to run automatically using Scheduled Maintenance: the clean and remove junk files utility, the erase history and ensure privacy utility, and the registry cleaner utility.
Each of the tools utilize the same options and are configured in the same way with respect to scheduling.
To enable Scheduled Maintenance for a specific action from option menu select "Define Scheduled Maintenance "select the box labeled “Enabled” and make sure that it is “checked”.
The Scheduled Maintenance “tray icon”
When one or more of the Scheduled Maintenance tools are activated, a start up maintenance icon appears next to your clock. It keeps track of when items are due to be run and launches them accordingly, as well as providing you with a way to quickly access the main Asmwsoft PC Optimizer application if necessary.
The properties for the Scheduled Maintenance tray icon can be access by clicking on the icon with your right mouse button.
Specifying a schedule
To select or edit the schedule by which an enabled scheduled item is run, select the labeled “Change Schedule”. This will bring up the Scheduled Items Properties dialog:
The Scheduled Maintenance Time dialog
This window contains all of the available scheduling options for a given tool.
Every XX Days
This option will run maintenance at the next run date, wait for the specified number of days, and then run again, etc. For example, if you specify “every 6 days” and the maintenance initially started on Sunday, the next run time would be on the following Saturday, then on the next Friday, and so on.
Every XX Weeks
This option will run maintenance at the next run date, wait for the specified number of weeks, and then run again, etc. For example, if you specify “every 2 week” and the maintenance initially started on Sunday, the next run time would be 14 days from then , on a Sunday, and so on.
Every XX Months
This option will run maintenance at the next run date , wait for the specified number of months, and then run again, etc. For example, if you specify “every 1 month” and the maintenance initially started July 1, the next run time would be August 1, the next run time would be September 1, and so on.