4dots Software Releases New Version of Free Utility To Delete Locked, Undeletable Files.

London, London United Kingdom (PressExposure) May 08, 2012 -- 4dots Software Releases New Version of Free Utility To Delete Locked, Undeletable Files.

4dots Software released a new version of a free software application to delete currently used, locked, undeletable, busy files and stops error messages from appearing when trying to delete them and also can be used to terminate malware.

London, United Kingdom May 6, 2012.

Free File Unlocker is an essential freeware to delete currently used, locked, undeletable, busy files that works with all 32bit and 64bit versions of Windows and Windows Server.

It unlocks multiple files or folders and stops the following error messages from appearing when trying to delete, move and rename files that are in use by other programmes

* Cannot delete folder: It is being used by another person or program

* Make sure the disk is not full or write-protected and that the file is not currently in use

* Cannot delete file: Access is denied

* The file is in use by another program or user

* There has been a sharing violation

* The source or destination file may be in use

* Cannot read from the source file or disk

It can also be used to terminate malware that is difficult to be removed and kill viruses and trojans.

In case the locked file is a process module (dll etc.) it does unload it and unlocks the file.

In case a delete, rename or move action does not succeed it is scheduled for the next Windows Reboot.

It is fully integrated with Windows Explorer and a simple right mouse click unlocks the file or folder.

Additional information about the processes locking the file is also shown and the processes or file handle can be killed and deleted.

Free File Unlocker can also be executed from the command line and has the ability to provide locked file input lists, copy destination lists, move destination lists and rename lists.

A portable version is also available.

The application's homepage is http://www.freefileunlocker.com and there it is possible to download a free copy.

About 4dots Software:

4dots Software is a software company that has developed more than ten applications.

It has developed Multiple Search and Replace a powerful utility that can search across multiple ASCII files(Text,HTML,ASPX,PHP etc.) using regular expressions and wildcards. The tool can also be used to mass replace and change the text that was returned by the search.

It is ideal for webmasters and all others who want to make a quick replace in many files at the same time.

Moreover, it has developed a freeware html webpage editor called Free Webeditor, a freeware tool for creating imagemaps called Free Imagemapper.

Press Contact: Alexander Triantafyllou Software Developer

Address: 15 Beaumont Ave London UK-W149 London United Kingdom

Email: info@4dots-software.com Website: http://www.4dots-software.com

About 4dots Software

4dots Software
4dots Software is a software company that has developed more than five applications.


Specifically, it has developed Localtransformer a powerful and versatile software, web page, document and
database localization tool. Localtransformer provides productivity, quality assurance (including numerous validations and automatic fixes of errors), project management and export/import functions that enhance the whole localization process and the collaboration with the translators.


Also, it has developed Multiple Search and Replace a powerful utility that can search across multiple ASCII files(Text,HTML,ASPX,PHP etc.) using regular expressions and wildcards. The tool can also be used to mass replace and change the text that was returned by the search. It is ideal for webmasters and all others who want to make a quick replace in many files at the same time.


Moreover, it has developed a freeware html webpage editor called Webeditor a tool for creating imagemaps called Imagemapper.

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