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Solve any problems connected with locked files and folders

MoveOnBoot is a freeware tool that helps you solve some of the critical problems associated with your computer. For example, it lets you uninstall programs that you cannot uninstall completely because of some files or folders locked by other processes.
It lets you delete, rename or move a file and folder locked by some other process. For example, a virus process, often viruses set locks for resources to prevent their deletion from a file system.

It can help you update system files that you can’t directly do because in many cases they are locked by a system. But you can place updated file to another location and use MoveOnBoot to replace system file at restart.
That is, with this tool, you can resolve any problems with locked files and folders with no headache or difficulties.
Just drag locked resource to it (in Windows XP), or choose locked file or folder using file system picker (Windows Vista and 7) and select the move, rename or delete operation to be executed with resource at the next system restart.
The software supports Windows7, Vista and XP. You can download (16Mb) and get more information from program’s home page.


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