Asutype makes sure everything you type is mistake-free and fast, everywhere, all the time.
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Runs on Windows 8/7/Vista/XP (32- and 64-bit)
While running, Asutype creates multiple clipboards and assigns each key on your keyboard a separate clipboard. So there is:
At any time, you can copy the current text selection into a specific clipboard by typing the clipboard copy hotkey. For example, typing Ctrl+[+A will copy the selection into the clipboard A, typing Ctrl+[+M will copy it into the clipboard M and so on.
Similarly, you can paste a text from a specific clipboard by typing the clipboard paste hotkey. For example, Ctrl+]+A will paste the text out of the clipboard A and Ctrl+]+M will paste the text out of the clipboard M.
Having multiple clipboards allows you to copy and paste multiple pieces of text at the same time without the need of switching back and forth between the source and the destination of the copy and paste operations.
Asutype's clipboards are deterministic by their keys. Once you have copied a piece of text into a clipboard, its content will be the text and will be there until you either empty it or overwrite it by a new content.
This deterministic nature of Asutype's multi-clipboard is greatly different from other ordinary "multi-clipboard" systems, where the clipboards are juts items in a list and the order of the items is shifted every time you copy a new text.
The deterministic design has some intentional advantages: