Tron is a collection of programs, tools, utilities, and Windows functions that are all scripted together. Those programs and such are designed to remove malware and bloatware, repair damaged operating systems, update old versions of very common applications, free up drive space by clearing out caches, and more. By consolidating and automating these tasks into a single execution it saves a lot of time and makes the whole process a lot more efficient.
Tron’s intended goal is to take a badly-running Windows PC (bloated, infected with malware, neglected, etc) and automate about 85% of the work involved in getting it to run well again. There is nothing Tron does which you couldn’t do on your own without it. Tron’s real power is in its automation and the breadth of tools that it uses to achieve its intended goal.
Tron can run on Windows XP, 7, 8, 10 as well as all Windows Server editions.
There are two ways you can launch Tron: you can launch the script directly, or you can launch it through an elevated Command Prompt window. Launching it directly is faster and easier but you can’t set any switches; Tron will run in its default mode, performing all tasks according to its programming. Also, if there are any errors which cause the script to abort, Tron’s window will disappear and you may not have a chance to see the error message. Furthermore, we have identified a random-seeming bug in the Windows command line where, when directly running Tron, the Command window will open and then immediately close again without actually running Tron.
To launch Tron directly, right-click on the Tron batch file and select “Run as administrator” If you’re running an OS that has User Account Control enabled, Windows will ask your permission to run and you should allow it by clicking “Yes”.
Launching Tron through an elevated Command Prompt window is a bit more complicated, but you can set switches to modify Tron’s default behavior and you’ll be able to see any error messages that may appear as the window won’t disappear afterwards. It also avoids the potential for the aforementioned random-seeming bug to appear.
To launch Tron through an elevated Command Prompt window, press WINDOWS-R to bring up the “Run” window, type cmd and press SHIFT-CONTROL-RETURN. If you’re running an OS that has User Account Control enabled, Windows will ask your permission to run and you should allow it by clicking “Yes”. In the resulting Command Prompt window, type the following exactly:
Press RETURN, then type:
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