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How many times have you copied something to the clipboard on your PC, just to lose it the very next moment after copying something else? Then you have to search and try to find whatever it was that you had copied before that. This can sometimes turn into a painful and time-consuming process. However, this problem can be overcome by using alternative clipboard managers in place of the default one to save Clipboard History in Windows.

The most commonly used feature of Windows is the Windows clipboard- the feature that allows you to copy and paste text, images, and files between different programs and folders. However, with all the use it gets, the clipboard can save only one item at a time. Luckily, clipboard managers can significantly enhance the clipboard so that it can hold multiple items, and also sync clipboards between computers. In this article, I am going to guide you how to Record Clipboard History in Windows-

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How To Save Clipboard History in Windows Using Ditto

Ditto is an extension to the standard Windows clipboard. It saves each item placed on the clipboard allowing you access to any of those items at a later time. Ditto allows you to save any type of information that can be put on the clipboard, text, images, HTML, custom formats, etc. It lets you store an unlimited number of items on the clipboard by way of using a database on the backend to store everything.

Step 1: Firstly download this nifty clipboard manager from here.

How To Save Clipboard History in Windows

Step 2: Once you have finished installing, a small blue icon will appear in the Windows taskbar. Go ahead and copy a few things like files or text, etc and then right click on the icon.

How To Save Clipboard History in Windows

Step 3: Now, click on Show Quick Paste option. A new small menu appears on the right side of the screen. You will see that the history of the copied text will appear on the screen.

How To Save Clipboard History in Windows

How To Save Clipboard History in Windows

Step 4: Finally, select the text which you want to copy and paste it wherever you want to. That’s it! This is how you can record clipboard history on Windows with just a few steps.

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