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It will allow the user to be to be in control of maintenance activity scheduling and configuration too.
But responsiveness of the operating system to users may be reduced when maintenance activity runs while users are actively using the computer.
Broadly speaking, Automatic Maintenance is designed to address and resolve these issues: I have not been able to find out the exact number of system tasks that it carries out, and in the order they are executed – nor is there any way currently to select or de-select the maintenance tasks – but I am sure Defragmentation, checking for Microsoft software updates, security scanning, system diagnostics, malware scanning, Disk Error Checking, checking Clock or System Time, checking if history, error reports, and logs are currently taking too much disk space – and addressing these issues if required, etc. When asked about the tasks being run, Dave Dixon of Microsoft replied: Anand Khanse is the Admin of The Windows Club.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP.
Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.
The process is named MSched Exe.exe, and it is located in the System32 folder.
To access Automatic Maintenance in Windows 8, open Control Panel and navigate to Action Center.
Maintenance activity will resume when the system returns to idle status.
Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10/8 will run daily and will combine all the background maintenance activity, like updating of Windows software, apps, attending to Action Center messages, running background maintenance tasks, etc, without negatively impacting performance and energy efficiency.
If for some reason you wish to start the Maintenance task right away, you can do so by clicking on the button.
If you wish to disable these messages, you can also do so by unchecking the option under Action Center Maintenance messages.
By default, Automatic Maintenance runs in the fully Automatic Mode, i.e., your PC is intelligently scanned during idle-time and at scheduled times, without user intervention.
Windows 10/8 includes a new feature that allows you to schedule and run Automatic Maintenance on your computer.
The task when run, will carry out a task like security updating and scanning, Windows software updates, Disk Defragmentation, Disk Volume Errors, System Diagnostics, etc and also includes enterprise-level Network Access Protection scanning and security standards scanning on all enterprise workstations.