Sometimes when you try to delete files in a Windows PC, you encounter an error because the file was in use by a program or by the system. This happens because when you are trying to delete files, they are open in some other programs, are being uses a File Explorer extensions, or are being scanned by your antivirus software, the files is being used by some other logged in user, among some other reasons.
These files cannot be deleted until their file handle is unlocked using one or the other methods. One way to do this is by manually closing the programs that are using these files. You can use Task Manager to terminate the programs including Windows File Explorer and then try deleting the same files. But a better way is to Wise Force Deleter – a free program to forcibly delete the stubborn files by unlocking them first.
Wise Force Deleter has a simple user interface which allows you to add files or folders that you want to delete. The program has a drag-n-drop interface so that you can easily add all the files just by dragging them on the Force Deleter window. It also adds a context-menu in the File Explorer using which you can force delete any file easily. You can right-click on any file or folder and select Force Delete to delete the files.
After adding the files or folders, all you have to do is click on the Unlock & Delete button. This will make the program go through each of the added files one at a time, unlock each of them and then delete them. It will display the status of the operations performed in the window. If the files were unlocked and delete, it will be displayed in the window.
Wise Force Deleter is a convenient utility for getting rid of the stubborn files that refuse to be deleted in the normal manner. It can unlock these files and delete them for you very easily.
You can download Wise Force Deleter from https://www.wisecleaner.com/wise-force-deleter.html.