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    Thumbs up Move or Delete a File That is Always in Use with Use MoveFile & PendMoves

    Files can’t be moved when they’re in use by the operating system or an application. If a file is constantly in use, you can schedule Windows Vista to move the file during startup using the MoveFile tool, which you can download for free.

    The file will not be moved immediately. However, the next time the computer is restarted, Windows will move the file.

    The same download that includes MoveFile includes the PendMoves command, which displays moves and deletions that have been scheduled.

    Details: TechNet.


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    Yeah it comes with the sysinternal suite too.

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