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It's seems both Linux and Mac OS X have a built-in color picker tool. Are there any apps for Windows that can open something like the below and be assigned to a global hotkey?

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Pixeur is a nice neat little app, which amongst other things, maintains a history of captured colours.

Pixeur colour picker

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ColorPic from Iconico is great; it has swappable auto-saving pallets, averaging, & multiple mixers.

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