Windows can’t delete the file, indicating that it is in use. (release of document occupation)

Problem: when deleting a file, it prompts that the file is occupied.

Solution one: use 360 and other third-party software to release the occupation by fool.

Solution 2: use task manager.

Why not use the fool method?I need to delete the problem file on the server. It’s impossible to install 360 on the server! What should I do?

Open the task manager – & gt; switch to CPU – & gt; search the absolute path of the file to be deleted in the CPU’s associated handle, as shown in the figure, doc file and PDF file are occupied, and the process ends. The file is occupied by contact.

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