Monitor the clipboard, store all the copied text entries in a single place and browse the clipboard history with this easy-to-use application.
- Version: 5.23 Build 6377-48875
- License :Freeware
- OS:Windows All
- Publisher:Jackass JoeJoe
ArsClip is a nifty application which allows you to keep track of all entries that you copy to the Clipboard. This way, you don’t have to go back and forth all the time when you’re copying multiple text pieces.
After a brief installation procedure, you are welcomed by a Configuration window where you can set up a lot of options. For example, you can make the tool replace formatted text with plain text and to ignore text if it’s very small, as well as specify text formats and the order of preference, between RichText, HTML and Unicode.
But you can also enable the copying of non-text entries, edit popup clips, as well as specify how many clips you want to show directly on the popup, in the Removed Clips cache and in the Recently Removed Clips popup menu item.
Furthermore, you can enable a sound notification when a clip is copied, configure advanced troubleshooting options (e.g. disable the Copy Selected operations for non-standard text controls), establish the default clip pasting method (e.g. mimic typing, place on the Clipboard and press Ctrl+V), as well as define popup properties (e.g. menu order, key strokes or mouse, permanent clips, hotkey alternatives), just to name a few.
By default, you can bring up the ArsClip window with the Clipboard entries by hitting the Ctrl+Shift+Z combination; you can view each entry and select one to paste it onto a field, as well as create a permanent list or clips or macros.
The rich-featured application requires a pretty low amount of CPU and system memory, so it shouldn’t be a concern to the system’s overall performance. No error dialogs have popped up in our tests and ArsClip did not hang or crash. Although it integrates a simple functionality for users, novices may need some time to learn how to deal with ArsClip.