Check if activated in the properties of the file attribute "read only."If so, then this setting should be canceled, otherwise no changes to the file, including its removal, impossible.If the file is not on the desktop, then locate it with the "Explorer" - press the key combination Win + E and the directory tree, navigate to the folder that stores the file.
Click on the file, right-click, it will bring up a context menu where you have to pick the bottom line - "Properties".
very first tab opened the window - "General" - contains a section with the correct settings: at the bottom find the inscription "Attributes"
and the checkbox "Read only" on her right.If this box is checked, remove it, and then click OK.Then delete the file, and this procedure is completed.If the cause is not in this attribute, go to the next step.
Perhaps the file you want to delete, blocked one of the applications currently running.If this application is to unlock enough to close it.Try to do it - close all running applications, wait a moment and try to delete the file.If this does not succeed, and will have to close programs running in the background - anti-virus, firewall, and more. If that does not work, try another way.
not blocked applications, and system application can try to delete the file, restart the computer in "safe mode."Then the OS will run in abbreviated form, many system services will be disabled and increase the likelihood that the problem file, finally freed from the program "exploiter."To use this method, click Win, from the main menu, initiate a reset operation, and when it will re-load, press F8.This will display a menu where you have to choose one of three options Safe Mode.Then wait for the boot and remove the file.
Use programs that allow any force to unlock the file if the OS standard tools do not allow to do so.For example, it may be Unlocker - a small and free utility with the Russian interface, which can be downloaded from the site