ClipX is a lightweight, yet advanced clipboard history manager that shows you the content you copied to clipboard and provides several tools to manage it.
While it places an icon in the Windows System Tray, ClipX needs just a single click to show the last clipboards, depending on the user defined settings. It's enough to click any of the entries to automatically copy it to clipboard, but the application offers much more than that.
First of all, you need to step into the configuration screen to define the number of clipboards you wish ClipX to remember.
Once you're done there, you can also use the “Search” utility available via the same System Tray icon, which basically lets you search the saved clipboards for a previous entry.
A managing feature is also available to enable you edit or delete some of the entries, but the configuration screen is still the one that's playing a very important role.
This particular menu lets you configure not only the number of clipboards to remember, but also the entries to be ignored, hotkeys to control copied content, popups and plugins. What's more, you can tweak the System Tray icon too and even play a sound whenever a clipboard entry is added.
All things considered, ClipX is a freebie that deserves a chance, working just fine on all Windows versions and remaining very light with hardware resources all the time. It doesn't slow down the system, but instead it provides users some very handy clipboard managing utilities.