The user will not be able to delete/rename/remove a file when it is in use by a process. Sometimes this can be annoying. Especially if the program that has a lock on the file is not responding or contains a bug. DeadLock tries to solve this issue by killing the processes that are responsible for the locked file. DeadLock also supports drag and drop functionality. You can drag and drop files on the main window in order to view their status or open a file using the ‘Open file(s)...’ functionality.
DeadLock Will Unlock Files Locked by Other Processes
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