IntelliJ IDEa, which is a development tool has this amazing feature, where it remembers what you copied and it allows you to paste different things you copied. You can - filter in your buffer by just typing. - remove stuff from buffer. - simply paste stuff from the buffer or copy it to immediate clipboard again.

All of this by just pressing CTRL + SHIFT + V.

It looks on the image below.

Can I have something like this in Windows 10 with a piece of software? I would love it!

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For windows 10 you can use Ditto. To make it more useful in everyday life you can set main hot-key to ctr+shift+insert, but be careful, because it can conflict with other programs hot-keys.

  • You beat me to it! Welcome aboard :-) Every few months I search for possible alternatives to my favourite apps, which include such clipboard functionality. After many years, I am still using Ditto because I cannot find anything better, or even close to it. this is the correct answer, for sure Jan 5, 2018 at 9:01
  • Has anyone done a security review of the source of these Ditto and Clipjump apps? Clipboard can easily contain very sensitive information.
    – Ev0oD
    Jan 6, 2018 at 12:59

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