Clipboard History 1.0
When typing text many users feel an urge for an improved Clipboard.
A single storage for text is simply not enough. The freeware Clipboard History application gives you the power to paste up to twenty last Clipboard text entries into any application. Just press the usually unused Caps Lock key and a paste menu will be shown.
If you would like another hotkey (e.g. Alt + C) for this menu, just configure it in a minute. Both the Capslock key and the user defined hotkeys are working from all Windows applications. Not a fan of pressing hotkeys? You can use the Tray Icon to get access to Clipboard History text items!
For texts that you need often, like your email address or phone number, Clipboard History offers the Stickies feature. You can add up to 20 Sticky items to the paste menu, so Clipboard History will display both the last texts you have copied to Clipboard and your predefined text clips.
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