Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10: When your PC is sitting idle, Windows 10 runs Automatic Maintenance which performs tasks such as Windows Updates, Software updates, system diagnostics etc. Anyway, if you are using the PC at the scheduled time for Automatic Maintenace then it will run next the time PC is not in use. But what if you want to manually start Automatic Maintenance, well don’t worry as in this post you will see exactly how to Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10.

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10

Make sure to create a restore point just in case something goes wrong.

Method 1: Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Control Panel

1.Type control in Windows Search then click on Control Panel from the search result.

Type control panel in the search

2.Now click on System and Security then click Security and Maintenance.

Click Find and fix problems under System and Security

3.Next, expand Maintenance by clicking on the downward arrow.

4.In order to manually start Maintenance just click “Start maintenance” under Automatic Maintenance.

click Start maintenance in Security and Maintenance

5.Similarly if you want to stop the Automatic Maintenance just click “Stop maintenance“.

6.Restart your PC to save changes.

Method 2: Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Command Prompt

1.Press Windows Key + X then select Command Prompt (Admin).

command prompt admin

2.Type the following command into cmd and hit Enter:

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance: MSchedExe.exe Start
Manually Stop Automatic Maintenance: MSchedExe.exe Stop

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance MSchedExe.exe Start

3.Reboot your PC to save changes.

Method 3: Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in PowerShell

1.Type powershell in Windows Search then right-click on PowerShell from the search result and select Run as administrator.

powershell right click run as administrator

2.Type the following command into PowerShell and press Enter:

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance: MSchedExe.exe Start
Manually Stop Automatic Maintenance: MSchedExe.exe Stop

Manually Start Automatic Maintenance using PowerShell

3.Close PowerShell then restart your PC.

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That’s it, you successfully learned How To Manually Start Automatic Maintenance in Windows 10 but if you still have any queries regarding this tutorial then feel free to ask them in the comment’s section.

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