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I am looking for a tool that stores the last n (e.g. 10) items copied into the Windows clipboard and presents a simple selection menu for pasting upon pressing a hotkey. I know that there are dozens of tools out there that do this, but I copy sensitive information around quite a bit, so I am looking for a tool that:

  • can be configured to auto-delete items after a configurable period of time (e.g. 1 hour)
  • does not permanently store deleted items on disk
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@STTR: 1) Post answers as answers, not as questions. 2) The linked page describes 10 tools: which meets my requirements? 3) It seems none of the 10 tools has auto-delete. –  Helge Klein Aug 16 '13 at 10:00

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