Every PC user is well-familiar with the system clipboard, a special memory tool that facilitates data exchange between applications. The three standard actions — Copy, Cut and Paste — allow users to move texts, images and other objects from one program to another. However, the standard clipboard can contain one object or text fragment only, which is very inconvenient in many situations. Clip Plus extends its functionality and lets you manipulate multiple objects in a number of cool ways!
Clip Plus is a powerful clipboard manager that supports multiple objects, object management and grouping, data saving and printing, and much more for improved productivity and efficiency of routine operations. The software quietly sits in the system tray and provides access to the collection of clipped items that can be managed in nearly every possible way. Clip Plus does not completely replace the clipboard, but works in parallel with it to capture items copied by the user. You can also configure a number of additional options, including automatic saving of data, use of hotkeys and event-specific sound effects. Clip Plus can be used in countless situations where you need to select multiple objects or text fragments from one or many sources and then put them together afterwards — for instance, when you need to create a text summary, select the best photos from a photo collection or pick specific files from a folder on your hard drive.
Clip Plus is a great performance booster and a handy tool that will make many standard operations a lot easier, so grab you copy right now!
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