It is only natural that employing the capabilities of a clipboard manager should result in a smooth workflow, what with its ability to put at your disposal recently used resources. ClipItem is one such application that puts a lot of emphasis on productivity. The program can store copied text, files, and folders into categories so that you can quickly access them again when need be. Can store copied text, files, and folders First of all, it is worth mentioning that the program is easy to install and features a minimalist user interface that should be to the liking of users who don't want to get distracted. The fact that the program can automatically load on Windows startup should also translate to ease of use, and the same applies to its ability to hide in the systray. As for precisely how the application can help you be more productive, you should know that all you need to do in order to have it store items is copy content either by right-clicking items or using the Ctrl+C key combination. Boasts screen-grabbing and OCR capabilities The application automatically sends the copied item to the appropriate column so that you can easily get back to it. However, apart from organizing your copied text, files, and folders, the app can grab screenshots provided that you press the PrtScrn key. What's more, OCR support is offered in case you are working with scanned documents you want to extract text from. For this, your need to hit Shift+C then select the area you want it to recognize text in. Needless to say, removing any item from your lists is possible at any time, as is the case of clearing the column altogether. At mouse hover, you are shown the path to any item, with the possibility of opening said folder using a button next to the filename. Neat clipboard manager increasing your productivity On an ending note, ClipItem is a sleek clipboard manager that can not only save an unlimited number of copied items and group them into relevant categories but also take
What's new in version 2.0.1
Version 1.2 may include unspecified updates.
Smoother operating experience;
Remove unnecessary features;
Fix:Change the hotkey "Shift + c" to "Alt + Q";
Fix:Modify interface conflicts;
Rewrite all the code.
ReleaseSeptember 4, 2017
Date AddedSeptember 4, 2017
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows 8, Windows Vista, Windows, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7