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View Clipboard Content In Windows Right Click Menu

I had written several articles related to Windows right click menu (context menu) in previous posts like how to enhance window right click menu, etc. Here is a new tool that adds a "Show Clipboard Contents" entry to Windows desktop context menu (right click menu). With this tool, you can simply view the clipboard content (text file) by just right clicking, no need to paste the content into any application.

“Show Clipboard Contents in Context Menu” is a simple, portable application. To use this tool, download, extract, and then, just run “Show Clipboard Contents” registry file. It’ll add "Show Clipboard Contents" to windows desktop right click menu.

Note: To display the clipboard content, you need to clipbrd.exe in your system 32 folder. You can download the file from here.

Uninstall the tool: To uninstall the tool, run the "Uninstall Show Clipboard Contents” reg file and also delete the clipbrd.exe file from system 32 folder.

Show Clipboard Contents can be downloaded from developer’s site here.


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