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I've used Unlocker for quite a while but now realize it can be quite dangerous if used routinely without being very careful. Unlocker will move and delete locked files / folders most of the time when you select the problem items, choose 'move' or 'delete' and press 'unlock all.' However, it is all too easy to mistakenly delete files into unrecoverable oblivion. Unlike the 'move' option, which simply moves the locked file where you want it to go, the 'delete' option does not move the files you want to delete to the recycle bin. Instead, they're deleted permanently with no warning at all. Probably I mistakenly clicked on a folder rather than the empty locked sub-folder I wanted to delete, but I ended up sending all the files in the folder into the ether - something I did not intend. No notice that I was about to delete 40 files - they were just gone forever. BE FOREWARNED!
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