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[v3.2] AceText – Extend the functionality of Windows clipboard

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The functionality of Windows built-in clipboard is so limited that it is difficult to satisfy those users who often need to perform a large number of operations with text in daily work. As a consequence, applications like AceText were born at the right moment. It extends the functionality of Windows clipboard, provides a number of additional features, such as: manage notes, monitor RSS feeds, and much more.

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Paste As File – Directly paste clipboard contents as files

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Usually, to save a whole web page or just part of the content to our local disk, we have only two ways for choise: 1) use the browser built-in print function (Ctrl + P) to save an entire page as a PDF file; 2) copy the corresponding content and paste them into a local, new created TXT or DOC file, which requires at least 4 steps to finish: copy the text and/or image -> create a new file and name it -> open this new file -> paste the content from clipboard to file and save the file.

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moveAddict – Take Windows’ Ctril+C/X/V shortcuts to Mac OS X

Mac OS uses the method of drag & drop to achieve the function of cut/paste files by default. As to keyboard shortcuts operation, it only supports for simple content such as text or image, and is invalid to the Finder file manager. But many users turned to Mac OS X from Windows have been accustomed to use shortcuts to operate computer, as a result, this undoubtedly becomes very inconvenient (under Windows, Ctril + C/X/V is so efficient).

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ClipX – Best free clipboard enhancing tool

Almost every day we need to repeat copying/pasting operations countlessly, yet the Windows built-in clipboard can only hold one record every time, and disappears immediately after shutdown; Storing them in a plain text document does not support multimedia file formats; Using Office document instead, neither does that support shortcut link and other special formats, nor the multimedia typesetting format is easy to control in style; In particular, separating text content and media files is always not a good idea.
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CLCL – Practical clipboard history caching, recording utility

Copying (Ctrl + C) & pasting (Ctrl + V) functions greatly improve the efficiency of computer office. But the Windows built-in clipboard can only hold one record, which becomes the biggest limit to the Coping/Pasting function. Especially, copying/pasting the same content repeatedly often makes people tired and makes it easier to make mistakes.

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