How can I identify what application is using a given file?
Every once in a while I'm told by Windows that I cannot perform a certain action (like deleting a file) because "the file is open in another program". However, it never tells me which program.
Is there a way to figure that out?
If not, is there a way I can do a unix-like
rm -f on the file? Usually I can just reboot my machine, try the action first thing after startup and then I can do it, but not always, so it'd be handy to know an alternative solution...