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Posted 4th OctEdited by:"lettherebedeals"
Hey All, check this out, if you are looking for the PERFECT windows clipboard manager this is by far the best, I have been using this for years, It was originally FREE back in 2014, so its been 5 years since this was last a FREEBIE, so grab this whilst you can, I have just upgraded after 5 years.. the great thing about this clipboard manager in comparison to all others is its simplicity, others are to advanced and try way to hard to impress you with additional features that you will never use, when all you actually want is a simple clipboard manager.

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Clipdiary is a powerful clipboard manager, 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.

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Just so you know, a similar feature is now built into Windows 10. Just have to enable the feature and then use 'Control Shift V' to display a floating list the last 10 copied items. Just select what you want to paste from the list.

If you wish, you can also opt to sync this list with your Microsoft account so you can access the same list on other Win10 machines you log on to with the same account.

Although it's encrypted, obviously you need to decide how much you trust Microsoft and how much data you want to share to use this feature.
Mungus04/10/2019 12:25

Just so you know, a similar feature is now built into Windows 10. Just …Just so you know, a similar feature is now built into Windows 10. Just have to enable the feature and then use 'Control Shift V' to display a floating list the last 10 copied items. Just select what you want to paste from the list.If you wish, you can also opt to sync this list with your Microsoft account so you can access the same list on other Win10 machines you log on to with the same account.Although it's encrypted, obviously you need to decide how much you trust Microsoft and how much data you want to share to use this feature.


But this only logs 10 clipboard items plus to sync it requires a Microsoft Account which is very privacy intrusive, I like to use a clipboard manager to copy multiple download links + other info this program can copy & monitor 1000s of clipboard items so easily no hassle at all.
lettherebedeals04/10/2019 14:04

But this only logs 10 clipboard items plus to sync it requires a Microsoft …But this only logs 10 clipboard items plus to sync it requires a Microsoft Account which is very privacy intrusive, I like to use a clipboard manager to copy multiple download links + other info this program can copy & monitor 1000s of clipboard items so easily no hassle at all.


Yeah I agree with the privacy issue which is why I pointed out the trust factor but that is only to sync for use on other machines.

Btw I was mistaken, not 10 items, last 25 items remembered for 12 hours and using 'Windows + V'.

Have to be careful though with these types of features, sensitive info is regularly copied and with apps like this it's easier to accidentally expose.
Mungus04/10/2019 14:11

Yeah I agree with the privacy issue which is why I pointed out the trust …Yeah I agree with the privacy issue which is why I pointed out the trust factor but that is only to sync for use on other machines. Btw I was mistaken, not 10 items, last 25 items remembered for 12 hours and using 'Windows + V'. Have to be careful though with these types of features, sensitive info is regularly copied and with apps like this it's easier to accidentally expose.


True but I find this program invaluable for copying multiple download links which I can later import into JDownloader, plus great from highlighting snippets of text from websites or simple reminders etc.
People have been calling for a clipboard history to be built into in Windows for decades, so it's nice that Microsoft got there in the end. It's one of very few new Windows 10 features that I actually think is reasonably useful, not perfect by any means, but not a bad start.

By the way, you can also get a free for personal use license direct from the ClipDiary website.
Edited by: "rcom" 4th Oct
Doesn't Ditto for Windows do the same for free? No license key to bother with, and is downloadable from the Windows App Store. It's as simple as possible to use and remembers both text and image clips.
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Shrewareonsale has only put up one thing this past year worth downloading, and that was Wincatalog 2018.
Giveawayoftheday is only a little better these days maybe 2-3 worth keeping this year Folder Marker ffor ex. (I had already bought Wincatalog and Folder Marker anyway in the last few years !) Maybe they're having bother finding software people willing to offer up their stuff ?
harrythefish04/10/2019 19:40

Doesn't Ditto for Windows do the same for free? No license key to bother …Doesn't Ditto for Windows do the same for free? No license key to bother with, and is downloadable from the Windows App Store. It's as simple as possible to use and remembers both text and image clips.https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/p/ditto-clipboard/9nblggh3zbjq?activetab=pivot:overviewtab


Absolutely, and as it is open-sourced, it lessens the chances of any deliberate breaches of privacy by the developers. Furthermore, it operates as a client and a server, enabling me to paste clipboard data to VMWare Workstation shared Virtual Machines (since standard clipboard is not supported with shared Virtual machines). Sharing across machines does not require external network access either (although this is still available with the correct network configuration), further lessening the chances of privacy breaches.
Edited by: "ElliottC" 5th Oct
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