When I right-click on a PNG file, I get a context menu that includes Rotate Clockwise and Rotate Counter Clockwise. Both work great.
I am trying to figure out what actual EXE or DLL carries out the actual work of rotating images. Because, I don't think Windows XP includes these out of the box.
I tried going to Tools/Folder Options/File Types tab. Then scrolling to PNG, but the Advanced button changes to Restore when I click on PNG.
I've tried looking in the registry for keywords "Rotate Clockwise", but no success. When I actually do the rotation, Explorer.exe CPU usage goes up, which means to me that a DLL of type is doing the work.
How can I find the EXE or the DLL responsible for rotation?