So I recently had to reinstall my OS on my MBP. After the reinstall I attempted to open Chrome, but it would not open...I forget the error message. It was like there was a file missing or something. So, I tried to reinstall it and this was a struggle too, since I had to do it multiple times before it took. One of the things I had to do was delete the old copy of Chrome and I used App Zapper for that, since I could not remove it any other way. After deleting the App, I ended up with a bunch of folders in the Trash that I cannot delete no matter what I try. These folders are mostly empty with the exception of one which is basically full of what appears to be folders containing all the various languages that Chrome supports, however those folders are all empty too. When I try to delete these files, I get a message saying that they cannot be deleted because they are being used, yet when I check Activity Monitor, I cannot find them anywhere. I do not use Chrome often, so i don't understand how these files can be in use but they can't be found running anywhere. I have taken them out of Trash, put them in a different folder that I renamed and tried to delete them, but nothing. I have tried commands from the Command Prompt, like -rm and I don't remember what else, but that doesn't work. I have uninstalled Chrome again, and tried to delete them and nothing. What can I do?  2 3 4 5
And this just continues through all the language files, so you get the idea... So let me reiterate, NONE of these files are actually in use no matter where I search for them, I can't find them. So how do you delete files that not being used but the OS claims they are....?