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Unlocker – Freeware Windows Explorer Extension

by Rono 26 July 2009 No Comment

This is a guest post, review written by Rono, a freeware addict and fan of this blog. I previously reviewed WhoLockMe and now Rono is providing a good alternative to that freeware file unlocker. I tend to agree with him, it seems that Unlocker is better than WhoLockMe 😉

Unlocker 1.8 is an easy to use freeware application which is designed to be a powerful tool to unlock your files and folders without interrupting the work on your computer.
The utility can come in handy if you get Windows error messages like:
-File cannot be deleted
-Access denied.
-Sharing violation occurred.
-The source or destination file may be in use.
-The file is presently being used by another program or user.

If you can’t delete or move a file just right click on it in Windows Explorer and then let Unlocker help you with the rest.

unlocker screenshot

For better compatibility with all the popular Windows operating systems this tool has come up with lot of changes to increase its functionality. This tool helps the user to regain control over their computer by terminating all unwanted processes with its process explorer. Moreover it enables you to unload DLL files to regain your precious system memory and allows you to replace, move, delete or rename one or more files or folders which are in use by the system or any running processes. Other than that, the tool provides total privacy by restricting intruders to track the web sites visited by you and the activities done by you on your Windows. It also offers secrecy and concealment for visited websites and files used during a Windows session by deleting index.dat files. This user friendly application is created to give the user to work on both command line and graphical user interfaces. Find the drastic improvement with this free to use tool that makes restarting of a computer easier and quicker.



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