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There must be dozens of clipboard managers, and a lot of them are pretty likely to be an improvement over whatever offering ms puts up.
I've been using Ditto[^] for a while, now. For me, its killer feature is that it preserves the clips through reboots (with a manually editable/transportable db), but it also does all the "standard" stuff that most clipboard managers do, e.g. file copy, formatting preservation, paste options (including case options and adding/removing line feeds), clip groups, quick dial, search, etc.
Oh, and its pop-up/click-off-to-close window is easily resizeable and movable.
I'm betting that the windows one only gives you a fraction of the functionality, at many times the footprint (I somehow don't think I'll be installing winio just to find out).
I wanna be a eunuchs developer! Pass me a bread knife!
I was always using ClipX but unfortunately it doesn't work well on Win10.
I've also checked all the Clipboard apps and none come close to ClipX usability... maybe it's time for me to write something similar.
I've used ClipX for years, including now on a fully-updated Windows 10 Pro. No problems at all. I'm using version 22.214.171.124. If you are using a different version, maybe give this one a go. If you can't find it, message me with an email address and I'll email it to you.