Click Restart Disk. · This should restart the entire computer. The operation might be interrupted for some users so try again. · Delete and Restart the Mac. How to unlock locked file on Mac — window May 11, 2023 — Navigate to Trash or the Trash can in macOS. · Open Finder and click on the Trash or the Trash can located at the bottom-right of the screen (the icon looks like a spinning wheel). · Go to the folder you want to delete the item in. Type command’d and wait for the operation to complete or delete the item. · If it crashes your computer before the operation is completed, just restart it until the error message disappear. How to make Finder to show the files that are locked in Finder “locked—‖ Ask Dave Taylor Sep 19, 2023 — A lot of people often have doubts of operation in Finder or other file managers. In a file manager, it might be locked without any problems. In Finder, on the other hand, it might be locked and this may be very worrying to users. How to Delete all Locked Items by Using Find My Mac and Trash — window Aug 07, 2023 — I have a folder with a lot of pictures and videos. They are stored in different folders with all kinds of names. If I don't want to lose my stuff I do not want to take them out from that folder. I want to delete all the files from that folder. Can I get files from Locked folders? For example, I have pictured, video, music in folders with the name my-self and so on. The problem is I cannot find these folders. I have followed the instructions and deleted all the files that are not found. However, the contents of my-self folder still appear in “Files” window on Finder. That gives me an error and says “Locked folder“ that means this folder is locked. How to Delete all Locked Items on macOS 10.10 or more “locked—‖ window May 11, 2023 — Click on Trash or Finder application and select Delete in Finder. · Use the trash, select the item, right click and select Properties from the popup menu. · This will pop up a window where you have to confirm the deletion. I cannot delete my files from “locked” files or folders because they are “linked” to me by other applications.