Delete Locked Files in Windows 7
Do you want to delete locked files in Windows 7 without having to restart Windows? Then you should know that the great previously-mentioned-here free unlocking program, Unlocker, has been updated to support Windows 7. The latest release fixes some bugs and improves the program’s behaviour.
Beside being able to delete a locked file from the context menu without restarting Windows (some rare occasion will force you to do so, however), now Unlocker can be launched instantly from the start menu. Another improved behaviour is that when deleting the locked files they’ll be first sent to the recycle bin, only if not possible more abrasive deletion will be used.
Unlocker is still available in installer and portable version, but the installation integrates an optional eBay shortcut. You can just untick the option if you don’t want the shortcut.
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