Memorizer eXP Free Download

Version: 5.5   (version history)
Date: October 09, 2003

Free To Try

OS: Win 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Rating: Not rated
Popularity: Popularity 0/10
Author: AY Labs Company

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Memorizer eXP Description

Memorizer eXP Free Download.

Memorizer records all data copied to clipboard for later retrieval.

Memorizer works with all types of clipboard data including text, bitmaps, OLE-objects, etc.

Beside simple storage Memorizer also offers convenient preview/edit and easy-paste features. Having native support for OLE Memorizer allows you to edit clipboard data with the native editor.

Memorizer automatically repairs damaged clipboard chain. Moreover it uses smart-pack technology that automatically descides how and where to store clipboard data (disk/RAM, with or w/o compression) and as a result makes Memorizer run as fast as you hardware allows.

Memorizer eXP shows perfect Windows XP integration.

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