How to delete an undeletable file easily

Have you ever faced those annoying error messages that read "Cannot delete file: Access is denied" or "The file is use by another program or user". These errors generally occur if a file you are trying to access is currently in use by a program. The error message is to remind you to shut down before trying to modify the file.
However, sometimes in spite of closing it, Windows insists that the file is still being accessed doesn't allow you to do anything. This little freebie software simply unlocks the file/folder access restrict ions and allows you to modify it - you can delete, rename or move it any way you please.
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Unlocker is surprisingly easy to use application;  all that one need to do is right-click the file, select 'Unlocker' , and then select the lockers that are preventing the file from being accessed after which you need to choose the action.
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The  program helpfully displays the reason why your file is locked. In some extreme cases, Unlocker can also remember and dutifully unlock a file or folder after a reboot. Unlocker cannot circumvent administrator privileges. Vista users will need to temporarily disable UAC. It is extremely easy to use. So, you can download it here

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