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I'm not sure if the program will be updated or not but if so it's not on the top list of things we have going on.

In the mean time you should be able to use RD to remove folders and files. Rarely is an entire folder and files locked so most will remove using RD, then you simply may need to use FA to remove the one locked file.

RD

Removes (deletes) a directory.

RMDIR [/Q] [drive:]path

RD [/Q] [drive:]path

/S Removes all directories and files in the specified directory

in addition to the directory itself. Used to remove a directory

tree.

/Q Quiet mode, do not ask if ok to remove a directory tree with /S

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I use Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware just because of FileASSASSIN. Whenever I try to delete a file manually, my PC crashes, so FileASSASSIN was kind of like a savior.

Two updates I would like are:

- Deletion of folders (alongside otis)

- Deletion of multiple files at once.

AdvancedSetup, I didn't understand diddly squat from what you just wrote. ;)

If anyone can recommend something similar to FileASSASSIN, with the addition features I stated, I'd much appreciate it.

Thanks in advance.

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If your PC is crashing because of you deleting files then you have something wrong going on.

Either you're infected and should seek assistance removing the Malware, or you're trying to delete system files that should not be deleted.

The next time you want to remove something that won't remove, you might want to post here in the PC Help forum and ask for assistance, a crashing PC by removing files is not normal behavior.

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If your PC is crashing because of you deleting files then you have something wrong going on.

Either you're infected and should seek assistance removing the Malware, or you're trying to delete system files that should not be deleted.

The next time you want to remove something that won't remove, you might want to post here in the PC Help forum and ask for assistance, a crashing PC by removing files is not normal behavior.

I find this info. useful.

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