Sunday, February 10, 2013
How To Use Free File Unlocker To Delete Stubborn Files And Folders In Windows 8
To delete files and folder from a system helps to remove unwanted files and creates space. Some of these files can be difficult to remove at times, either due to not granted privilege or access not allowed to the location of the files. It can also be due to other reasons . Whatever they are it is clear you want the files to be removed from your system.
Somehow the famous Unlocker for Windows system seems not to be effective in doing that in Windows 8. It is not a reason of compatibility but issue with program inability to remove files from the latest Windows operating system.
However, there is another very unfamiliar unlocker software that can do that easily in Windows 8 . It is called Free File Unlocker. This lightweight program is very good in removing stubborn files from your Windows 8 system.
Image of Unlocker installer
STEP 1: Download Free File Unlocker from this LINK.
Image of Agreeing to install Unlocker
STEP 2: Double-click on the installer to install the program.
Image of showing Unlocker dialogue
STEP 3: Click on the Free File Unlocker to run the program.
Image showing Unlocker adding file or folder.
STEP 4: Wait for the Unlocker to add the file or folder to be deleted.
Image of selecting file
STEP 5: Click 'Select' and select either 'File' or 'directory'.
Image of locating the file or folder to remove
STEP 6: Locate the file or folder you want to remove or unlock and select it.
Image showing Unlock to unlock file of folder
STEP 7: Click 'Unlock' to the right-hand side of the Unlocker dialogue to unlock the file or folder.
Image showing Delete to delete file or folder
STEP 8: Or click 'Delete' to remove the file from your system.
Image showing error in deleting the file or folder
STEP 9: If there is a error warning of the file can not be remove, click 'Yes' on the next dialogue.
Image showing process successfully completed
STEP 10: Click 'OK' and reboot your system for changes to take effect.
Posted by Patrick Johnson