Delete.On.Reboot: Delete any locked files on the next reboot


Sometimes you may not be able to delete a file because it is locked or used by other applications or because it is malicious software that is protected by deleting files. Some programs can delete locked files directly without having to restart the computer. However, this can be a bad idea. Attempting to unlock a file used by a system process may cause the system to crash and you may lose your data. With Delete.On.Reboot however, you can delete a file the next time you reboot carefully and safely.  

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