In the event that you have ever attempted to exhaust the waste in OS X and got a messages saying that it has a bolted documents and organizers, at that point you know the inclination that regardless of what you do, you can't take out the garbage. The documents remain behind jumbling up your drive and consuming required space.
This transpired when I connected an outside drive to my MacBook Pro and it contained a lot of bygone era Machine Backups. I sent them to the Trash however then I was unable to purge them from the waste for reasons unknown.
I found an answer for this issue and needed to share it.
Dealing with Locked Files
This really applies to any document that you can't move, open, change or duplicate in Mac OS X. Record sin the garbage may become bolted keeping you from for all time erasing them.
In case you're attempting to cancel a record, right-snap or Control+click on the document and select Get Info.
The information window will spring up and you will probably observe a check mark close to the word Locked halfway down the window.
Uncheck it and close the window.
Presently you can do whatever you like with the document.
Dealing with Stubborn Folders
Consider the possibility that you're attempting to expel a constant envelope and get the mistake message that says you can't void the record as a result of a bolted organizer. One of the choices offers to dispose of all the opened substance. Select it and afterward open the Trash to perceive what's left. You will probably observe the bolted envelope or organizers.
To dispose of the organizer or envelopes, open a Terminal window. I locate the most straightforward path is to press Command+Space to open Spotlight Search box. Type Terminal and hit Enter.
With terminal open, type the accompanying without hitting the Enter key. Recall to NOT hit the Enter key in the wake of composing the accompanying line into Terminal:
sudo chflags -R nouchg
Ensure the above line has a space after the keep going 'g' and afterward open your Trash organizer. Drag the culpable organizer into the Terminal toward the stopping point after the space after the 'g' and Terminal will naturally enter the content expected to distinguish envelope's area.
Hit enter and OS X will do its enchantment on the organizer.
Presently you can expel the organizer by discharging the Trash. Either pick Finder from the menu and afterward click Empty Trash … . You can likewise utilize the console alternate way Shift+Command+Delete which additionally purges your Trash envelope.
In the event that you despite everything can't expel the organizer you have something different wrong. The Apple bolster page where I found the above arrangement has a couple of other potential answers you can attempt.