When a file is used or opened in Windows, it can not be deleted, replaced, or moved!
Unlock or delete locked or protected files and force-stop processes that use a file so that you can freely move or copy them
ThisIsMyFile is an application that displays all locked or protected files and allows you to unlock them in a few clicks.
Several ways to add the destination file or the destination folder.
Thanks to the simplified layout and simple options, working with ThisIsMyFile should be easy.
When a file is used or opened in Windows, it can not be deleted, replaced, or moved. Therefore, you must first look for the program that uses it and stop the process.
Please always use ... the latest version of ThisIsMyFile!
But beware! Wild deletion of files or folders is not recommended especially without the necessary knowledge.
2.) You must add the file that you want to unlock.This can be done in three different ways. The first method is to browse the button to search for and select the file. The second method allows dragging and dropping the file in the main window, while the third method is dragging and dropping the target file over the ThisIsMyFile file. Icon or shortcut on the desktop. In both cases, the file is selected and you can select the file action. (... see Image-2)
3.) You can unlock a file or delete it completely from Windows.You can unlock a file or delete it completely. Alternatively, ThisIsMyFile can delete all selected objects and restart the computer to apply the changes. When a process is selected, a forcible termination option is displayed. Since it can delete or close a process, even system-related, it is advisable that only experienced users run it to prevent system crashes or data losst. Unlock or delete used files with ThisIsMyFile can search the target file, or the selected folder, to detect files that are protected because another application or the system using them. If you only want to see a list of all these files, you need to select the Info only button. ThisIsMyFile tests all elements within the specified directory (if you select a file, only one element is checked) and displays a list of locked or protected objects along with the appropriate process ID, file type, and path of the process that locks it, and the name of the device.
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FAQ 5: Updated on: 28 February 2018 19:12