xNeat Clipboard Manager

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  • 5.0 stars

    "Wish I could give it 5 stars"

    October 11, 2011  |   By peterbutler


    Simple to use system with Shift-Ctrl-V (or customized key sequence) then a list of items that can be clicked or selected with the keyboard; users can set between 10-99 items to be saved at a time; Xneat works with all the "copy" commands--Ctrl-C, copy url, copy image path etc. It seems to work OK with both Windows XP and 7.


    Unwieldy once you get a large enough copy set (~40-50) to fill up an entire screen. No way to access items directly with key shortcuts, e.g. Shift-Ctrl-V-9 for the 9th item in the list, etc.


    Very useful and free PC utility for anyone doing anyone sort of production that requires copying and pasting.

    Updated on Aug 3, 2012

    It works fine on Windows 7 (Pro, 64-bit) for me.

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