I have downloaded an .exe file called "nana_Windows_Media_Player_Firefox_and_Chrome_Plugin.exe" in order to copy this file to my computer.
I've copied it to my private folder on C:/. Once I copied it, my antivirus software (AVG) detected it as an unwanted file.
I have tried to remove it, but it requires administrator rights to delete it. Just to be clear - I'm the system administrator so I don't understand why it doesn't let me to delete it.
Nothing works. I tried to rename it, cut it and paste it in another folder, but nothing.
I've checked in the file properties at the security tab, and the file administrator is unknown and I can't change the administrator from over there.
When I'm trying to change it's folder name, it says that another program uses this folder and I should close it first.
What can I do to delete this file?