Windows 10: Recomended Clipboard Manager
Recomended Clipboard Manager
Does anyone have experience with any apps for the above?
I used Costal Clips with XP but not upgraded since 2007.
Main se is to save multiple "copy" items and paste selectively as required.
I use Ditto an open source application from sourceforge - HERE
It keeps a list of clipboard saves and allows them to be pasted selectively.
The options are quite extensive so spend some time to configure it the way you need it.
I hope this helps.
I tried out a few, and ended up with Ditto!
I want to try Ditto but wonder if I should get the regular 64 bit or the Portable 64 bit. I am not sure what the difference is in this case and yes I have other Portable software, but with the Ditto Portable will it startup when I boot Windows so that I will always have it ready?
I use the installed 64-bit version of Ditto and have it run at startup.
I expect that if you use the portable version AND install it on a drive that is always available at startup, it will work like the installed version.
The portable version on a USB thumb drive could not be relied on to be accessible at startup.
OK, I will use the Installed Version. I thought of the portable as sometimes the install version of some programs contain spyware, etc.
JC Zorkoff said:
Well, we did try Ditto. Is there any way to expand the window as the clips are so small we can not read them? Is there an option we missed?
The window displayed after clicking on the Ditto icon in the system tray can be expanded like any other window.
Just position the cursor to the top or side and when it turns to the double arrow, just click and drag. I don't believe I enabled any special options to make this happen.
Thank You, I will let my wife know.
JC Zorkoff said:
For 10 years I was using different clipboard managers for saving history of clips. Now time has come and I have made my own clipboard manager - Clip Angel (freeware, open source) for Windows Clip Angel download | SourceForge.net . It was inspired by AceText, ClipDiary, Ditto (my favorites). It make paste in most reliable way, so it can paste in RDP, CMD, elevated windows independently from current input language. It has the most convenient filter by clip text I ever saw. It allows viewing RTF and HTML formatting. Give it a try.
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