Effortlessly Reuse Images with Quick Clipboard Editor v2

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Quick Clipboard Editor v2 (QCE) can store images in your clipboard history. Here’s how it likely works and why it can be useful:

  • When you copy an image to your clipboard, QCE v2 will automatically capture and save it along with other clipboard entries.
  • You can access these saved images from the clipboard history within QCE. This eliminates the need to recopy the image if you need it again shortly after copying something else.
  • QCE shows additional details about the image, such as its width, height, and file size. This can be helpful when choosing the right image from your clipboard history.

Imagine you’re working on a social media post. You can use QCE v2’s clipboard history to:

  1. Copy a funny meme you want to share.
  2. Copy an image of a product you’re promoting.
  3. Access your clipboard history and paste the meme without losing the product image.

Another helpful scenario is when you’re creating a mood board for a design project. You can collect various inspirational images throughout the day:

  1. Copy a color palette you find online.
  2. Copy an image of a vintage furniture piece.
  3. Copy a text snippet about a design trend.
  4. Access your clipboard history to browse and insert the color palette and furniture image into your mood board.

With QCE v2, you don’t have to constantly juggle between multiple copied items or worry about accidentally overwriting them. The clipboard history provides a central location to access and reuse your copied images, streamlining your workflow across various tasks.