System32 folder contains all of the core files needed for booting up windows. The best part of
system32 is that its self-healing. Means if you delete any important file from
system32, Windows will quickly create a copy of that file. This article shows you how to delete the
System32"folder for educational purposes.
Step 1. Acquire Administration Privilege
cmd and press the
Enter keys together to load the Command Prompt console with administrative privileges.
Step 2. Take
takeown /f C:\Windows\System32 and press
Enter to take ownership of the System32 folder.
Step 3. Give yourself rights
Icacls C:\Windows\System32 and press
Enter to give yourself rights to delete the
Now Close the Command Prompt console by typing
Exit and then pressing
Delete Folder & Close all applications that are running on your computer.
Step 4. selecting system 32
Computer icon on the Windows desktop to open
Windows Explorer. now
double-click the icon labeled
Local Disk C and then enter the folder labeled
and finally Select the folder labeled
System32 by clicking on it.
Step – 5. Delete the system 32 folder
Del keys together and click
Yes on the
Delete Folder confirmation dialog box to delete the
System32 folder. Click
Yes to All on any
File Delete dialog boxes that you encounter during the file deletion process.
system32 folder will be deleted successfully & Nothing will work once you delete system 32 folder.