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Unlock locked files and folders very quickly

While trying to delete a file or folder from your Windows PC, if you have got error messages like ‘Cannot delete file: Access is denied’ or ‘The file is in use by another program or user’ or ‘There has been a sharing violation’, etc, the freeware program UnlockMe is the right solution. It lets you move, delete or rename such files and folders which are temporarily locked by other processes.

Using UnlockMe is very simple. Just install it; it will integrate into the Windows right-click menu which unlocks the file or folder with one click. Simply right click the folder or file and select Unlockme, the folder or file will be unlocked. You can also unlock files or folders by selecting them from the programs GUI.

UnlockMe is tiny (225Kb) and is compatible with Windows XP and Vista. No further requirement is needed. The software is tested with Virus total and found to be clean. Download it here.


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