Okay. How, about I run Revo Uninstaller to delete the Virtual Machines?
Nah, that's not how it works. Look into Documents. The W10 virtual folders must be there - maybe called "Virtual System". You run Revo only if you want to uninstall VMware Player. But I would not do that.
I can't get one of those files to delete.
It says "The action can't be completed because because the file is open in VMware VPrint Proxy".
Start the virtual W10 system and open an elevated command prompt. Then run those commands (in W10)
net stop spooler
del /q %systemroot%\system32\spool\printers\*.*
net start spooler