Yes, it is easy to delete or move entire directories (folders) under Windows 11, 10 and 8.1, and other MS-Server-OS!
With Delete.On.Reboot something is quite easy:
1. Delete folder
2. Move the folder to the temporary folder
3. Move folder to a specific folder
(... see Image-1 Point 1 to 3)
Moving entire directories, not only on Windows 10 and 8.1, can be so easy to delete, or move, is easy on Windows directories!
Please always use ... the latest version of Delete.On.Reboot !
As you can see above on screenshot shot under Windows 10, deleting locked directories under Windows or moving is easily possible, you can move locked directories under older versions of Microsoft's Windows operating systems, or delete them, no matter if It is a Windows desktop, tablet, Surface Pro / Go, or even an MS server. Is a small advanced user tool that allows you to delete files or folders the next time you start your computer. The tool can be useful when some files or folders cannot be deleted in the usual way because they are currently being used and locked. The program not only deletes folders and files, but can also move them to a temporary folder or another location.
FAQ 4: Updated on: 16 July 2021 15:47