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Unlock files & folders blocked by application with Tizer UnLocker

Windows is not flexible some times; it refuses to delete, move or rename a file or folder which was shortly opened by a program. A system restart may help you solve this issue, but it is annoying

The freeware Tizer UnLocker helps to remove, rename, or move files or folders that are temporarily locked by other processes.

You can browse for files and folder or just right click locked file or folder for removing lock.

In some cases, files cannot be accessed due to Windows file-access bugs or viruses but this is the solution for those files.

The software will list all locked running processes on the computer system and use a variety of methods to allow you to access these hidden files, including attempting to unlock the handles, kill the process holding the file open, and allow you to rename, move, or delete them.

The program (download it here) works on Windows XP, Vista and 7 and is free and for personal use.

Comments

  1. nice alternatvie for Unlocker

    i scanned the instalation file on Virys Total
    http://www.virustotal.com/pl/analisis/1ff105ac4f2e3e54e4859c92519c09cd322546c8e5958dac9c475df70a17b22f-1266485563

    i think its A FP

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  2. Thanks for sharing such a free tool. The above Virus total links shows it is safe to use.

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  3. It's a trial. It is not free...

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  4. Tizer UnLocker is free for personal use. We are also currently working on the next upgrade to it. If you have any questions or suggestions you may post them on the Tizer Secure forum at http://www.tizersecure.com/forum.php.

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  5. yes it is free for personal use.. didn't ask for any account information..

    this application works good and absolutely free wat else could you ask for...

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  6. Yes..its a nice alternative for Unlocker which was detected as threat in my system.

    I don't see and trial / beta tag on the app, hence its absolutely free.

    Highly Recommended!!

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