If you are talking about the Process Monitor window - then take a look at my post again. Each place where I mentioned Process Monitor is blue text. That blue text is a link to the website where you can get Process Monitor
Here is the link to Process Monitor posted another way: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/s.../bb896645.aspx
Download the zipped (compressed) file
Open the zipped (compressed) file (folder)
Copy the files somewhere
Run the exe
Agree to the EULA
When it starts for the first time, it automatically starts gathering data.
You can stop that via the button/icon with the magnifying glass.
Then de-select the buttons/icons shown in the right part of this image:
Clear the screen:
Add a filter for the Windows (file) Explorer:
Start the data collection process.
(Use the same button/icon that you see in screenshot #1.)
Make the changes to the desktop icons.
Stop the data collection process.
Happy reading :-)
Notice the column with the time stamps.
(You might need to widen that column.)
...clear any data in the Process Monitor window
...right click on the desktop
...wait for the computer's time to change one minute
...(e.g from 12:20 to 12:21)
...then select then option for large icons
...stop the data collection process
Scroll thru the data until you see the place where the minute changed - most of the entries after that point should be the ones of interest.
I'm sure that there are people in these forums who know how to use the Process Monitor app better than I do.