How to delete a corrupt file or a file that refuses to be deleted in Windows

Usually it’s easy to delete files, and it’s much more common to delete a file by accident. However, there are some files which pose a problem and can’t be deleted. Here are some tips for deleting files.

A common problem is that a video file becomes corrupted and Windows can’t delete it, no matter whether you push the Delete key or even the Shift+Delete combo. It isn’t limited to video files, though. Practically any file can resist deletion, although the reasons behind the problem are varied.

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