^^ +1 for WhyReboot and the dev even dropped by some time back..
I saw a link to here:
I've done little with WhyReboot because it fulfills its purpose -- to tell you about pending file operations that are scheduled to happen after a reboot. The methods used by Windows to control pending file operations have not changed as far as I know. So, no need to update WhyReboot.
I've wondered this a few times - if a program does what it's meant to do, why bother "updating" it?
It seems like we're addicted to updates/new releases. Both as authors and users.
Do I have a skewed perception? Or is that about accurate?