Yes, while technically a demo or trial is free, I suspect that wasn't the point of this thread.
It's not hard to find good applications for just about any task, but finding good free ones can be difficult.
It will automatically skip applications that are required for the Windows system to run.
In addition, it supports services, as well as Explorer and Internet Explorer windows and saves their current location, so they can be restored properly.
The contents of the standard Windows clipboard constantly change as you use it to copy and paste various information.
But your data isn't stored for a long time - when you turn off the computer or just copy some other text, the data is lost.
Cacheman XP requires Windows 2000/2003 or XP/XP64 to run, uses minimal resources and virtually no CPU time.
The help file includes a screenshot based system performance guide.
You can load "Cable Nut Custom Setting" files that are included with the program to tweak your Internet connection.
You can make your own "Cable Nut Custom Setting" files save them for later use, or distribute them to anyone with the Cable Nut program.