Unlocker | Unlock any files or folders for Windows XP / Vista


This is one more powerful utility that you need to have in your PC. How many times you wished to delete a file and Windows gave a pop up message that the file cannot be opened, other program is accessing the file please try again later?


To avoid this use this small I mean “very very small” software to unlock anything that is used by another programs. 95% you can unlock any item.

This does not eat the system resources for sure. It is light weight and starts while windows starts. This can be used with Vista too.

I have tried this and I am very happy with this software.

Here is how it works and looks like

Unlocker option in the menu
Unlocker option in the menu

Right click on any folder  to get the unlocker option. Click the unlocker menu to get the below image. You can choose individual file for this matter or the whole folder. Unlocker will do the magic.

Unlocker option
Unlocker option

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Happy reading

Dave 🙂

Free File Management Software for your PC (Windows XP/Vista)

File management system in Windows OS is not user friendly. There are so many options that you can get using other free addons.

Here are the best ones that I use. I have also given the download link so that you can download them and try it. These are so powerful for personal and business users and your staffs.

Folder Guide

This is a wonderful software which is free of cost. (Freeware)

This helps you to add more folders that you frequently access. For example, when you want to send an email and the file is in D: drive, when you click browse to attach the file it will only open “My Documents” then you need to navigate to the specific drive and the folder to attach the file.

Using folder guide, you just need to click on the folder which is already there in your context menu.

Before doing this you need to add the frequently accessed folder to the Folder guide.

Below is the picture of how a folder guide looks.

Folderguide Screenshot
Folderguide Screenshot

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Please post a comment if you like this and have any questions