These are somewhat similar to the windows hooks, in that both involve a callback function that is called at specific events, but WinEvents are far easier to use from C: Your code does need to run a message loop on the same thread that called SetWinEventHook, however. It turns out that one of the type of events that WinEvent supports is a 'name change' event, which is automatically fired by USER32 whenever the title text of a HWND changes, which seems is what you are looking for. WinEvents can also be used to track focus changes and various types of state changes; see MSDN for more information. It's also fired by other controls when their internal UI changes - eg by a listbox when the text of a list item changes, so we have to do some filtering. Here's some sample code that prints out title changes on any HWND on the desktop - you'll see it print out a notification as the text in the clock on the taskbar changes, for example.
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