Clippy.NET 1.1 (Crack + Keygen)
The Windows clipboard is among the most important features of the operating system, temporarily storing an item of your choice. However, it only has one usable slot by default, and you might accidentally overwrite content. In this regard, Clippy.NET can save everything you copy without interfering with your work.
Just like the name might suggest, the application is only able to run if .NET Framework is installed on the target computer. Chances are it’s already there though, because modern Windows iterations come with it in the default feature pack.
The application starts monitoring clipboard input as soon as it’s launched, also grabbing the current item. Moreover, minimizing the main window sends it to the tray area, with a small tooltip showing you it’s there, and letting you know the clipboard is still monitored. However, toggling the state can’t be done from the tray icon.
There’s no actual limit to the amount of content you can copy, but this is mostly because the application is only properly able to read text elements. Sure enough it also detects other items in the clipboard, but the corresponding item number on the list is left blank. Entire captured content is cleared at the press of a button.
You can view the total number of items copied so far in the status bar, which also shows whether or not monitoring is active. The list where items are saved is editable in case you need to include additional details. Sadly, there’s no save function so you need to stop the monitor and manually copy content to a different editor.
All things considered, we can state that Clippy.NET Crack doesn’t greatly extend the functionality of the clipboard, since pasting is not affected at all. However, work involving text items is sure to benefit from this small enhancements, even though there’s no built-in option to save captured content to file.
|Package size||1.5 MB|
|Supported systems||Windows XP, Windows XP 64 bit, Windows Vista, Windows Vista 64 bit, Windows 7, Windows 7 64 bit, Windows 2008, Windows 2008 64 bit|
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