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2 Best Ways to Check and Recover Clipboard History on Android – Guiding Tech

One of the easiest ways to view and recover clipboard history on an Android device is by using the keyboard. Interestingly, many keyboard apps now have a clipboard manager that can be used to access previously-copied texts. We’ve listed some of the best Android keyboards with clipboard history support, but in this article, we’ll show you how to recover clipboard history using Gboard, Google’s official keyboard app.

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OpenShot Video Editor | Free, Open, and Award-Winning Video Editor for Linux, Mac, and Windows!

I went back through my past postings looking for OpenShot and noticed I had not posted anything about this software for several years. Since that posting, OpenShot has matured and has become a top video editing contender (that is FREE). If interested, you can give OpenShot a “shot” by following the source link below.

OpenShot is an award-winning free and open-source video editor for Linux, Mac, and Windows. Create videos with exciting video effects, titles, audio tracks, and animations.

Source: OpenShot Video Editor | Free, Open, and Award-Winning Video Editor for Linux, Mac, and Windows!

Lifetime Warranty on the “Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord”

The Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord is backed by a “Lifetime Warranty” and protected by a $300,000 Connected Equipment Warranty… This surge protector is a combination of rotating outlets (8) and stationary outlets (4) that have been engineered to safeguard computers, appliances, home theater, and office equipment from potentially damaging power surges

Belkin 12-Outlet Pivot-Plug Power Strip Surge Protector w/ 8ft Cord


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NOW An All-In-One App: Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint and More) 

This Android App has been in the works for quite a while… It is a unified Android app that bundles the Microsoft Office products into one app, instead of having to download each app separately.

Word, Excel, and PowerPoint combined in one app:

  • The most widely used tools for working with documents, spreadsheets, and presentations, all from a single app.
  • Create, edit, and work together on Office documents with others in real-time.
  • Use templates to easily get started with your resume, budget, presentations, and other documents.
  • Easily store, access, and search for Word, Excel, PowerPoint files stored in your personal cloud storage, on your device, or across your organization (if using a work account).

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Source: Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, PowerPoint & More – Apps on Google Play

The Battery Organizer Storage Case – On Sale Now at Amazon

Get those batteries organized with “The Battery Organizer Storage Case” at Amazon. I don’t know how long this deal will last, but at the time of this posting, you could pick up one of these storage cases at a 22% discount. Also (at the time of this posting), out of 3,367 customer ratings, 73% of the people submitting a rating, gave this product 5-Stars.

The Battery Organizer Storage Case with Hinged Clear Cover, Includes a Removable Battery Tester, Holds 93 Batteries Various Sizes


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A FREE Virtual Pointer Stick For Onscreen Presentations

Here is a portable (no install required) Window’s software application that is very unique in what it has been designed to do. It is called PointerStick.

PointerStick is a virtual pointer stick that you can use to enhance and point our specifics on anything that you see on your on the computer screen. This program is a great companion when making presentations that are projected on a screen where there is an audience (like in a business meeting or a classroom).

The virtual mouse pointer extension for the Windows Desktop!

Key Features in the Virtual Mouse Pointer:

  • Adjustable size of the Mouse Pointer Stick
  • Several Pointing-Stick textures (bitmaps)
  • Optional alpha transparency for the Mouse Pointer
  • Optional deactivation by mouse or keyboard input
    hide system mouse pointer feature

Source: PointerStick


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On My Wishlist… Victorinox Swiss Army Handyman Multi-Tool

Here at “What’s On My PC” I love my multi-tools. As a matter of fact, I have often thought about setting up a section on the blog devoted exclusively to the topic.

Here of late, I am back obsessing on the Victorinox Swiss Army Mult-Tool Knives. The one knife I keep going back to is the Victorinox Swiss Army Handyman Multi-Tool.

Victorinox Swiss Army Handyman Multi-Tool

The Victorinox Handyman, a compact do-it-all multi-tool that renders the toolbox almost unnecessary. Measuring 3.6 inches long, the Handyman is stylishly cased in a classic red housing with the familiar Victorinox logo on the side. More importantly, the unit contains several handy mini-tools for use around the house, including small and large blades, a can opener with a small screwdriver, a cap lifter with a screwdriver and wire stripper, mini-scissors, and a corkscrew. The Handyman adds to your toolkit with several other useful gadgets, including a wood saw, a chisel, pliers, a wire crimping tool, wire cutters, a fine screwdriver, and a nail file with a metal file, nail cleaner, and metal saw. Other mini-tools include a reamer with a punch, a toothpick, tweezers, a multipurpose hook that serves as a parcel carrier, and a key ring for easy transport.


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eToolz – A Batch of Network Tools In One Application

eToolz eliminates having to go to the command line to launch commonly used network testing tools by including the most important tools wrapped up into one application. eToolz is portable and can be used on USB devices.

Features:
  • Includes some of the most important network tools like DNS Lookup, Ping, TraceRoute and Whois.
  • The most importatnt DNS entries can be shown (A, PTR, NS, MX, TXT und SOA).
  • Automatic or manual query for Whois server incl. automatic redirection.
  • Mail addresses can be checked for validity.
  • Mail headers can be broken down and the received lines can be checked for plausibility.
  • Query and update the system time using various time servers.
  • Query the external IP address and the external host name through Web services.
  • Display the installed and available network adapters and their corresponding IPv4 statistics.
  • Display the HTTP headers for a URL.
  • eToolz supports internationalized domain names.
  • eToolz is portable and can be used on USB devices.

Source: eToolz – The most important network tools in one application


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Android Auto adds local weather icons to the status bar | SlashGear

If your vehicle has Android Auto, you can now use the system to quickly view your local weather. Users started noticing the new feature over the last week, reporting that they show up as two small icons in the platform’s status bar. Don’t expect to get a full weather forecast, but it’s not like you’re missing much — you could easily view a more detailed outlook from your phone when you’re not driving a vehicle.

Android Auto adds local weather icons to the status bar

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Smarter “ALL PURPOSE” Cable Management Option

Are the cables under your desk looking like an octopus that has went wild? If so, here is a smart “all purpose” cable management option called the “DMoose Cable Management Box” that will serve as a neat organizer for power cords and power strips. I like the idea of this cable management system from a safety perspective, as well.

You can get the “DMoose Cable Management Box” at Amazon where you will find 3 different color options.

DMoose Cable Management Box


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AES Crypt – Advanced File Encryption for Windows, Mac, iOS, Android, Linux, Python, PHP, and Java

AES Crypt is a FREE (open source) file encryption solution that is available on many OS platforms. On a Windows-based computer, simply install and when you need to encrypt or decrypt a file, right mouse click on the file and select AES Encrypt or AES Decrypt. I also found that after you encrypt a file, you can also easily decrypt the file by clicking on the file and the password window will be invoked. AES Crypt is a great option when you want to store sensitive files in the cloud.

If interested in using this software on your Android devices, visit the Google Play store on your device and perform a search for AES Crypt and you will find several Android apps that is compatible with this software.

Source: AES Crypt


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