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In Windows systems, when deleting, moving, or renaming a file or folder, sometimes an error occurs that indicates that we do not have access to the file. In such a case, most often everything is cured by simply rebooting the system, but there are also cases when this is not enough.

In this case, you have to use the Resource Monitor utility built into the system. With its help, you can find processes that block operations with the file you are interested in. A similar feature has also appeared in many familiar applications called PowerToys. The function is called File Locksmith.

After installing the application, right-click on the blocked file and select from the menu Which processes use this file?. A window will open that will display a list of all processes that are currently using the file. Also, in the window you can complete the task quite easily.
 
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