AUSClip is an open source script for Windows based operating system. On the 25th of January, it marks the 20th anniversary of the site. To put that in simple terms, Windows 2021 was the first OS that ArsClip and Joejoesoft were originally designed to operate on. 800 x 600 were the typical desktop resolution at that time. For those that are not familiar with the difference between Windows and Mac OS X, Windows is basically a fork of Mac OS X and is generally available at any retail store that sells PCs.
The idea behind the site was a script for Linux distributions that would allow users to create shortcuts and create automatically installed software like antivirus and anti spyware software. However, Joe and ArsenClip had some problems with their proprietary software. The first problem was that the script ran fine under Linux but didn't work very well under Windows. So they developed a second script called arsclip that ran almost identically to Windows but allowed for compressed images from compressed Windows folders. They also developed an application known as joejoesoft which added some nice features like support for Windows codecs.
In recent years, the company has added a Windows 10 version of the arsclip alternative app. One of my favorite features of the app is that you can easily copy any of your images from one location to another. You can also set up automatic downloads so you never have to leave the page you are working on. If you are curious about what the script can do, simply go to the website and follow the prompts. However, if you want to try it out on windows 10, you may need to download the Insider program which is only free for a short time period.