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You will notice that your Windows system doesn’t often allow you to delete or even move files that are locked. Files typically become locked if there are different processes that are accessing it or the file is already loaded in RAM.
Much of the problems associated with locked file can easily be alleviated by scheduling file operations to be done with your next system restart. This allows operations to take place before processes or services can start and lock the files. You can easily get this done with PyRebootOps.
PyRebootOps , created in the Python programming language, is an application that allows you to schedule the movement, renaming and deleting of files that are locked and the operations executed once your system has been restarted. These scheduled operations can be viewed and reset anytime you want. PyRebootOpsprovides you with the ability to reboot your system when it is needed.
Windows Vista, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows, Windows XP