Wise Registry Cleaner scans the Windows registry and finds incorrect or obsolete information in the registry. This article will serve as an informative guide and give you a clear understanding of how to perform a silent installation of Wise Registry Cleaner from the command line using the EXE installer.
How to Install Wise Registry Cleaner Silently
Wise Registry Cleaner Silent Install (EXE)
- Navigate to: https://www.wisecleaner.com/wise-registry-cleaner.html
- Download the WRCFree_w.x.y.z.exe to a folder created at (C:\Downloads)
- Open an Elevated Command Prompt by Right-Clicking on Command Prompt and select Run as Administrator
- Navigate to the C:\Downloads folder
- Enter the following command: WRCFree_w.x.y.z.exe /VERYSILENT /NORESTART
- Press Enter
After a few moments you should see the Wise Registry Cleaner Desktop Shortcut appear. You will also find entries in the Start Menu, Installation Directory, and Programs and Features in the Control Panel.
|Software Title:||Wise Registry Cleaner|
|Silent Install Switch:|
|Silent Uninstall Switch:|
The information above provides a quick overview of the software title, vendor, silent install, and silent uninstall switches. The download links provided take you directly to the vendors website. Continue reading if you are interested in additional details and configurations.
Create a Wise Registry Cleaner Installation Log File
The Wise Registry Cleaner installer offers the option to generate a log file during installation to assist with troubleshooting should any problems arise. You can use the following command to create a verbose log file with details about the installation.
Wise Registry Cleaner Silent Install (EXE) with Logging
Change the Wise Registry Cleaner Default Installation Directory
You can also change the default installation directory by using the following command line parameters. In this example, I’m installing Wise Registry Cleaner to “C:\Wise\Wise Registry Cleaner”
How to Uninstall Wise Registry Cleaner Silently
Check out the Wise Registry Cleaner Install and Uninstall (PowerShell) post for a scripted solution.
Always make sure to test everything in a development environment prior to implementing anything into production. The information in this article is provided “As Is” without warranty of any kind.