FreeClip allows you to copy simultaneously up to 4 blocks of the various data and provides fast methods to get access to those 4 buffers. FreeClip can save its clipboards content on to your hard disk at program exit and load it at the next startup
Jan 19, 2013 14:06:56
Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Advanced Clipboard Utility (ACU) 1.3.2 ACU is powerful clipboard extender. It saves time and makes you more productive by adding advanced clipboard functions. ACU is compatible with all Windows applications...
Description: FreeClip is the convenient clipboard manager. For certain each user have faced the problem when it is necessary to create data arrays (of any structure), which include repeating fragments of the data. In this case you should use the standard Windows clipboard that allows you to keep a fragment of the data from any editor and then to use (paste) this fragment in the same or other program. Imagine that you need to make the document for which initial data are already done. You need to copy a part of the pre-created information, and paste it. Then you copy the second fragment and insert in it. And if you need to paste first fragment again? You should to switch to the first fragment and copy it again. With FreeClip it is not necessary to do these superfluous actions. Why to FreeClip? This clipboard manager allows you to copy simultaneously up to 4 (!) blocks of the various data and provides fast methods to get access to those 4 data buffers. Besides FreeClip can save its clipboards content on to your hard disk at program exit and automatically load it at the next startup. It works similar to system clipboard. FreeClip will save your effort and make more efficient use of your time and fingers. You'll wonder how you ever got along without it.
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