File deletion failed. What if it has been opened in windows?


When deleting some files, the system prompts “the operation cannot be completed because the files have been opened in Windows Explorer”, and then cannot delete them. The solution is to install 360 security guards. Right click to remove the occupation directly; The other is a more traditional method, logout or shutdown and restart. The details are as follows:

Method 1: release occupation

1. Confirm that the file to be deleted has been closed and is not in editing status. If it is confirmed that it is turned off, make sure that 360 security guard is installed on the computer. If yes, go to the next step.

2. Select the file to be operated, right-click the pop-up menu, and select “use 360 to release occupation”.

3. In the pop-up window, you will be prompted that the file is waiting to be unlocked and what program is occupying the file. Then click unlock.

4. During unlocking, you will be prompted that the system may be unstable, but generally nothing happens. Just click OK.

5. Prompt that the unlocking is successful.

6. After unlocking successfully, return to the file just now, click delete, and then delete it successfully.

Method 2: log off or restart

1. This is used when there is no way. By logging off or restarting, all occupied programs will be closed, re-enter and delete

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