Posted 20 December 2013 - 05:08 AM
Whenever you have a popup or a screen that makes you wonder about its origins, use Sysinternal's Process Explorer.
Start Process Explorer and click (press down, don't release) on the "Gun Sight" (Find Window's Process) icon.
Process Explorer disappears, and your cursor icon is a gun sight now. Drag the cursor over to the window/popup that interests you and release the mouse button.
The process to which this windows belong is now highlighted in Process Explorer.
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