EMCO MoveOnBoot will allow you access, after rebooting, to files and folders that may be locked by Windows, system services or other applications.
It will enable you to successfully rename, move or delete any locked file or folder at the next system restart. EMCO MoveOnBoot employs a very simple visual interface that integrates with standard Windows mechanism for locked resources management, allowing you to select locked resources and define operations that should be performed with them by Windows kernel at the next PC restart.
When operations with locked files or folders are defined, you can continue your work and exit from EMCO MoveOnBoot or launch computer reboot immediately. Anyway, after a system restart, you will find that all operations with locked resources are completed successfully.
EMCO MoveOnBoot will permit you to:
Update system files. You cannot update system files directly because in many cases they are locked by a system. But you can place updated file to another location and use EMCO MoveOnBoot to replace system files upon restart.
Uninstall applications. Sometimes you cannot uninstall applications completely because some files or folders can be locked by other processes. Using EMCO MoveOnBoot you can schedule remained resources for deletion at the next restart.
Cleanup from viruses. Very often viruses set locks for resources to prevent their deletion from a file system. EMCO MoveOnBoot helps you to delete locked files or folders to cleanup your system from viruses if you know what resources are damaged.