When you copy a piece of text or an image in your computer the content is saved to the clipboard. From there you can then paste it to another destination. If you want to store more than one text snippet for reuse though or would like more control over how that8217s done you8217ll have to use a third-party application known as a clipboard manager. And CopyQ is one of the best. With CopyQ you can copy multiple snippets to an extended Clipboard and edit them to update their contents or tag them to organize them Let8217s see how to do that8230 Read more.
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