ClipX is a small yet powerful clipboard manager. It's so small that you can carry it around with you, its small size allows you to fit it into any size pocket. If you need to know how many copies you have made or how much space is consumed by the various items on your desktop, this software will tell you. It is very efficient, it's free, simply use it every day. The best thing about ClipX though, is that it also integrates with other programs to help organize your files and keep them organized.
You should download ClipX onto your computer first before you run the Windows Registry cleaner, otherwise the commands it gives you might not work. After you install the ClipX plug-in 1.2 for your Windows Vista or Windows 7 machine, you should restart your machine to make sure that it will be able to read the new ClipX settings. Once you restarted your machine, you should go ahead and uninstall the older ClipX version. Next, go to Start>Run>Add/Remove programs>You should look for ClipX and then uninstall it. You should note that when you uninstalled the older ClipX version, you might see some files missing from your system. This is normal and you can restore them by following the instructions in the ClipX help file.
There are many more features in the new version of Clipx, besides the ones I've mentioned above. However, one feature I especially like is that I can now change the hotkey for my clip by right clicking on the icon in the system tray icon tray, next to the clock. This allows me to quickly access my Clipx hotkey without having to actually move my mouse to the right click hotkey.