Ever it happens with you, You copied some text and then forgot to used/paste it and again we copied anything else and our previous copied content was replaced with the new one, As you know that the Windows clipboard can only remember the last copied content.
If the same happens with you many times, then you probably need some Clipboard tools, which help you to retrieve your clipboard history. In this post I’m going to share some Clipboard Manager.
Ditto is an open source tool and an extension to the standard windows clipboard. Ditto also saves each item placed on the clipboard allowing you access to any of those items at a later time. Below are additional features of Ditto.
Keep multiple computer’s clipboards in sync
Data is encrypted when sent over the network
Accessed from tray icon or global hot key
Select entry by double-click, enter key or drag drop
Paste into any window that excepts standard copy/paste entries
Display thumbnail of copied images in list
Full Unicode support(display foreign characters)
UTF-8 support for language files(create language files in any language)
Download Ditto from Here
ClipMagic is a powerful clipboard manager tools, it saves everything you copy, keeping it safe for when you need it, and makes it easy to access your clips quickly whatever application you are working in. Whereas the Windows Clipboard can only store one item at a time – leading to duplication of effort and the need to constantly switch back and forth between windows – ClipMagic stores and categorizes an unlimited number of clips.
Benefits of ClipMagic:-
Speed up your work – stop switching back and forth between documents.
Speed up Copy and Paste with ClipMagic’s PastePicker Watch a Video Demo, MagicPaste and Hotkeys Watch a Video Demo.
Stop recopying items to the clipboard that you’ve already copied earlier.
Unlike the Windows Clipboard ClipMagic stores unlimited items.
Categorise/Organise your clips. Create rules/filters for incoming clips.
Assign often used text like email signatures and boilerplate replies to hotkeys.
Quickly access the source web page of internet clips.
Store/Categorise your ideas and research fast.
Download ClipMagic from Here
Clipdiary is another powerful clipboard manager tool, which records every piece of data that goes to the Windows clipboard, meaning that you can easily retrieve any information that was once copied to the clipboard (if Clipdiary was running at that moment).
clipboard manager automatically launches at Windows startup and then stores in its database every piece of data that goes to the clipboard. Clipdiary can log clipboard history and store data in various formats: plain text, RTF, HTML, images (BMP), files, and so on. For example, if you make a series of screenshots, Clipdiary automatically saves them all for you.
Clipdiary came with the fully functional evaluation for 30 days, you can also used their portable version.
Download Clipdiary from here
Clipboard History helps you to see your last twenty Clipboard text entries and also helps you to paste-up onto any applications.
To open Clipboard History menu just press the usually idle Caps Lock key and a paste menu will be shown. If you would like another hotkey (e.g. Alt + C) for this menu, you can configure it in a minute. Both the Caps Lock key and the user defined hotkeys work from all Windows applications.
Download Clipboard History from Here
Which Clipboard manager you chooses, tell us via comment.