Never Worry about “Cannot Delete Files” on Your PC
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What is IObit Unlocker?
Solution for "cannot delete" problems on Windows
Often when we try to delete a file or folder in Windows, we see annoying messages such as "Cannot delete file: Access is denied;" "Cannot delete folder: It is being used by another person or program" "There has been a sharing violation;" "The source or destination file may be in use;" "The file is in use by another program or user;" "Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use;" or "Cannot read from the source file or disk." This is usually because the file or folder is in use by another program or user. IObit Unlocker is an ideal tool for such situations. It releases the file or folder that's in use by other programs and allows you to quickly remove or modify it.
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Nice and More successful than deadlock unlocker and unlocker.
I usually use LockHunter, but drag and drop is the only one missing in my sight now. IObit just did that, drag and drop multiple files will unlock them all.
Very bad. Does not work. SIlently accesses internet in background. Can not unlock xpi addon files which are installed offline into firefox, which Firefox somehow locks after they are installed, and can get only get unlocked after restarting Firefox. Useless. Tested on Windows XP and Windows 10. I think previously it worked...but maybe never for xpi files.
Ridiculous bad review full of lies. First of all nothing is installed offline. Firefox works in the background using a startup service which can be disabled. The rest of your commentary is just juvenile slander that is vague "does not work" and "useless" which are by definition false as your own incoherent gibberish claimed it "previously worked".
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hello i went that address but there was no malware alert