http://LongPathTool.com Long Path Tool recognizes the processes orrunning programs which have loc

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  1. Martin Krag

    Martin Krag Guest

    http://LongPathTool.com

    Long Path Tool recognizes the processes or running programs which
    have
    locked those files, preventing them from being renamed, moved or
    deleted.
    The following are some of the latest changes:
    Copying folders and files omitting the error message: File name too
    long error
    Demonstration of deleting path too long
    Delete files from drives with mapped network
    Delete files following reboot
    Lists the paths and files with characters more than 200 in length
    Vista support for mapped disks
    Vista administrator support

    In addition to deleting or copying files and folders, this utility is
    also used to control unsolicited business spam or email messages.

    Long Path Tool carries a stringent Anti-Spam Policy barring the use
    of
    computer user’s accounts to send unsolicited mail. This program will
    not rent, sell or lease email subscriber listing to third parties.
    Whilst there is a continued effort to actively evaluate and implement
    brand new technology, including expanded features for filtering,
    there
    is no technology available currently that will completely prevent the
    receiving and sending of unsolicited emails. But, if you are using
    the
    right tools and being careful about sharing your email address online
    this could help to reduce those unsolicited messages.

    http://LongPathTool.com
     
    Martin Krag, May 26, 2011
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