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Windows 7: I need administrative permission to delete these files.

22 Jul 2012   #11

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22 Jul 2012   #12

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100% safe, based on what file you are deleting. Deleting system file is always unsafe, but deleting files like .psd etc, unlocker is safe and reliable.
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 I need administrative permission to delete these files.

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