Clipdiary provides access to long-forgotten items saved to your clipboard. While the program functions extremely well, certain things could have made this program better.
The program's interface is slightly confusing, but not impossible to manage. Most people will want to take a trip to the Help file to start off, since there is little direction given as to how to manage the clipboard. Luckily, a little experimentation helped a great deal. Operating the program proved equally confusing, but was extremely effective. Items are stored on a long clipboard that simply keeps track of every picture or piece of text ever copied. Users can search through them and then copyand paste them wherever necessary. This process was fairly simple, but we foresee difficulty once a high number of items occupy the clipboard. While a brief description is given for each item, we would have liked to see a record of the date it was placed on the clipboard to help keep everything organized. The program doesn't offer very many features beyond its basic function; however, its hot-key option is nice, which lets people set their own key commands to speed up the entire copy and paste process.
While Clipdiary is often clumsy and initially difficult to manage, we feel that it performs its intended duty well and may benefit people who cut and paste a great deal of information.
Install our clipboard utility and you will never lose data once copied. This clipboard utility, which runs on Windows startup, will record everything placed on the clipboard into the database. All you have to do is press the Hot key combination or click the program icon in the system tray. Clipdiary can log clipboard history and record data in several formats: plain text, RTF (Rich Text Format) and images (BMP), html, files and so on. So, besides saving parts of text, you can easily make series of screenshots, and Clipdiary will save them for you. Why not try it?