How to delete Access is Denied Files on Windows PC

Many times in your windows 7 and windows 8, We face a problem while deleting a file and folder giving error of “access is denied “. You don’t have permissions to access these file / folder. For such types of 8007000e error we are going to tell you how to fix them and how to delete or open these types of file in your windows.

Why access denied errors are shown to us in windows?
We can get these errors in result of many cases.
Attempt to open system file.
Opening a file for which your access is denied ( Manually ).
Due to some virus or malware.

Remove access denied this folder or file error in windows 7 and 8?
1-First of all proceed to that directory in which your file or folder is located.
Now click on that file or folder which is giving you error of access denied.
When you will click on that folder you will get a error message of ” You don’t currently have permission to access this folder”. Now click on continue.

When you will click on continue, you will get error of  “You have been denied permission to access this folder.”. There will be blue color anchor tag of security tab click on that.

3-Then you will prompted to properties windows, where you can go directly using right click on folder -> properties->security tab. Click on advanced as shown in image below.
4-Then you will see a new window in windows screen. Click on Change as circled in image below.
5-Then again in new popup box, you have to click on advanced tab.
6-There you will see many options click on find new.
7-When you will click on find new, you will see many options there down below. Choose ” everyone ” and then press enter.
Note-> Here selecting everyone means you are sharing the particular folder with everyone( every windows user of that system).

Now retry to open the same folder you will see that, now you are not getting the access denied option while opening the same folder.

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