NoVirusThanks File Governor 2.2 + Portable [Latest]

File Governor

NoVirusThanks File Governor Free Download Latest Version for Windows. Its full offline installer standalone setup of File Governor for Windows 32 bit 64 bit PC.

NoVirusThanks File Governor Overview

NoVirusThanks File Governor is an advanced program which allows for files and folders within the system to be unlocked so that normal file I/O operations can be completed when normally they would not be able to be due to operating system restrictions for files currently in use. Once a file or folder is unlocked you will be able to force-close the file’s handle, rename, delete, etc.

You can use NoVirusThanks File Governor to safely close all the opened handles of a file or to safely close all the opened files inside a folder so that you will be able to delete the files and the folder without problems. This tool is useful also to unlock files locked by malware or unload malicious DLL files.

Features of File Governor

• Unblock files and folders locked by other applications
• Terminate processes that lock a file or folder
• Scan files and folders for locked objects
• Close opened handles and unload loaded DLL modules
• Unload DLL modules loaded in running processes
• Unlock all locked objects with a single mouse click
• Scan files and folders through the Windows explorer context menu
• Safely delete a locked file on the next reboot
• A valid and powerful alternative to the popular Unlocker
• Run it from the USB flash drive with the portable version
• The application can be translated into multiple languages
• Supports all Microsoft Windows operating systems
• Very lightweight in the memory and CPU usage

What’s New
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How To Install
1. Read iNsTrucTioN.txt

Title Release: NoVirusThanks File Governor 2.2
Developer: Software
License: FreeWare
Language: English
OS: Windows
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This post was recently updated on March 28, 2016