Without some kind of third party program, this isn't possible. The reasons why would really only make sense to someone with programming experience, and is REALLY boring, so just take my word for it.
Sometimes I accidentally right click on the desktop or inside a folder and hit undo move or undo delete but I don't know what the last file I moved or deleted was so some file ends up being moved somewhere in my drive (or a file I have deleted gets moved some where in my drive). Does anyone know if there is a script or program that will allow you to display the last 5 actions windows has taken? For example you could right click inside a folder and it could say "Undo Move Ctrl+Z "cool_trick.txt" and then give a balloon hint as to where it got moved C:\folder to D:\mydocs (this would be cool esp if you have long file paths). I don't think this option is included in vista but I think a version of it is in finder for the mac can anyone confirm? I hope someone has a solution because I'm really getting annoyed by this issue. Thanks horacio.