CTRL + C and CTRL + V are one of the most used commands in Windows. When you press CTRL + C, Windows copy the selected item and store it in clipboard. The copied content will be pasted when you press CTRL + V. By default, Windows only store the recent copied value in clipboard. If you press CTRL + C for second time, the previous copied value will be overwritten and only the current copied value will be stored. With CopyPasteTool, you can now copy and save the value in clipboard up to 11 times so that the previous copied values can also be pasted at anytime.
CopyPasteTool is free and simple software utility that doesn’t have any GUI. In other words, there is nothing for you to set and you can use it straight away after execution. Once you execute it, it will run and stay quietly in system tray and allows users to store multiple values in clipboard up to 11 times for pasting function in later stage. To copy and paste the contents, just press CTRL + C and CTRL + V as usual. If you want to paste the previous copied text in clipboard, just press V again while still holding the CTRL key. Press V first time will paste the most recent copied value, 2nd time will paste the 2nd recent value and so on.
If you think this is useful, just get a free download at here. Hopefully this simple utility will able to help you execute the copy and paste functions more effectively than conventional Windows default functions.