If I understand the proposal correctly, it's not easily done. The reason is that the program you installed, not the website itself, scans your computer and uploads the information collected to produce the results. The website cannot readily launch that installed application due to the same security precautions that prevent malicious website designers from executing misc. software/commands on your computer when you visit their websites. The TechTracker team could create an option in the installed application to automatically scan your computer and load the results in your browser (assuming you're still logged into Cnet) when you launch the program from your desktop shortcut, but the reverse is much more complicated.
I use Tech Tracker in manual mode.
In order to do a scan I have to open Icon on my desktop
Then open Icon in the taskbar
Then click on scan
Then click on open Tech Tracker page
As I am a member of Cnet and always logged on
I can click on Tech Tracker in the login bar and it opens to last scanned Tech Tracker page
If there was a scan button on that page it would eliminate a lot of steps to get a current updated page.
Hope I have made myself clear on my suggestion