Despite its plain looks, FastPaste boasts a vibrant complement of easy-to-use clip-management tools. The utilitarian interface displays 30 numbered slots for storing text and images. Each slot has a set of buttons for copying, adding, or editing a clip and viewing or modifying default shortcuts.
The clip editor offers Plain Text, RTF, and Image modes, and the image editor includes 10 options including those for softening, sharpening, and grayscale converting. By contrast, the text editor has only a few options for selecting a font and changing its size and color. Definable hot keys let you instantly copy and paste clips and display the application window.
FastPaste also offers clipboard tools for instantly changing a clip before pasting it--for instance, by altering the text case, removing pronunciation symbols (such as the accent mark), and reversing the text of the last copied item. With its solid features and freeware price, FastPaste makes a great complement to the Windows Clipboard.