We're all familiar with the little hourglass mouse on our pcs, but what does it mean when:
- There's an hourglass next to the pointer
- the pointer disappears and there's just an hourglass, locking out all clicks
Obviously it shows that you computer's busy, but it doesn't seem to be directly correlated with cpu usage or ram. Does it have to do with the current application? How does windows judge that its busy enough to halt all clicks by the user?