Clipjump is an easy-to-use clipboard manager which saves everything you copy to the clipboard, then allows you to choose exactly what you need to paste elsewhere.
The program works by using almost the same keypresses as Windows, and doesn't conflict with normal clipboard functionality. If you copy four items of text to the clipboard, for example, then you can use Ctrl+C just as before, press Ctrl+V to paste the current item as required, and everything will work just as it did.
But, if you just hold down Ctrl and keep pressing V, then Clipjump displays each text item in turn. Release Ctrl+V when you find what you need, and that'll be pasted into your document.
The program can handled copied graphics, too, displaying previews of any images as it cycles through your clipboard.
One issue is that your clipboard history can quickly become very lengthy, but Clipjump provides all kinds of tools to help. You can turn the program off on demand, or automatically for certain windows. Individual items can be deleted as required. A Search option helps to find the item you need, or you can export the contents of your clipboard to a file for later examination.
Clipjump stores its history on your hard drive, too. Shut down your PC, restart it later, and the same clipboard items will still be there.
We found this all very convenient, but if you want to change something then the program is extremely configurable. You can change hotkeys, the minimum number of clipboards, whether you want to keep images in your history, how many days your clipboard history should be preserved, and a whole lot more.
Version 10.6.4 brings:
Fixed bug with more than 9 lines in a section in ClipjumpCustom.ini
Added: a new function API.emptyChannel() for ClipjumpCustomizer
Tried to fix bugs with Emacs-org-mode
Minor: little more enhancements in ClipjumpCustomizer