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ClipClip – Handy Clipboard Manager

 

A simple, efficient, user friendly clipboard manager for Windows, especially versions after XP.

The handy tool – clipbrd.exe was not in the releases of Windows post XP, so I had to take to third party clipboard monitoring tools. But they were all bulky resource hogs. Each had its pros and cons but ultimately none fit the bill. So I decided to create my own.

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Illustration : ClipClip 1.0.0.0

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Illustration : ClipClip showing Screenshot

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Illustration : ClipClip showing the files to be copied, the links can be modified and saved

Features include : -

  • Text monitoring and modify
  • Image monitoring and modify
  • File list view and modify
  • Audio modify and capture
  • Clipboard clear function
  • Refresh to refresh the contents of the Clipboard

Please note that I’ve not included a hook to the clipboard. While this eliminates the chance for a dynamic monitoring and editing, it also improves security and most importantly enhances usability and makes it lightweight and independent of user privileges.

[The pictures included above may change as per updates, stay tuned]

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Visit ClipClip page to Download

 

Copyright© Sathak Ganguly 2011

Comments

  1. Nice tool..btw did u create this webpage?
    http://code.google.com/p/clipclip/

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  2. nice one...our future bill gates 4rm india

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  3. Thanks for the comment but this is too far fetched :)

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