I was trying to search for the "original" Windows XP Pro x64 bit edition "clipboard" application. Google pulled your site up as one of the sites offering a download or download link to Windows Clipboard, but all the ones I've ran across so far are from Windows XP x86 (32 bit) edition.
Would you happen to have an original copy of Windows Clipboard from Windows XP Pro x64 edition? Or.. is it the exact same file? I know that on some Windows utilities / applications, Windows will have copies of both x86 and x64 bit editions available, one in the System32 folder, the other in the SysWOW64 folder, and in some cases just the x86 edition that works just fine on x86 and x64.
Does WinXP Pro x64 have a x64 edition of Windows Clipboard located in the SysWOW64 folder? Is Windows XP the last operating system to have Windows Clipboard available? If Windows Vista x64 has it too, I would like a link to it as well, however I believe XP was the last OS to have it, I am almost positive Win7, 8/8.1, and 10 do NOT have it.
I know that with Windows 10 I can go and download Apps that are enhanced versions of the Windows Clipboard, but I would rather just have the "default" Windows type. Most of the Apps also do other tasks as well and I do not need something like that, just want to regular clipboard.
PS. Even if the x86 edition of Clipboard is the same as the x64 edition (if XP has both editions), I would still like a copy of the x64 edition please. I have a PC that has WinXP Pro x64 installed & Windows 10 x64, it's setup as a dual booting system, but my daughter borrowed it and I currently don't have access to it.
Reply: Our website provides clipbrd.exe file to download, including the two versions for Windows XP Pro (x32/x64), and these two versions of the file is not the same. The 32-bit file is located on the C:\Windows\System32\ and C:\Windows\system32\dllcache\ path, while another 64-bit file is placed under the C:\Windows\SysWOW64\ path.
If your operating system is 32-bit, you only need to download the 32-bit clipbrd.exe file; if your operating system is 64-bit, you need to download 32-bit and 64-bit files; then put them under the paths mentioned above eventually.
In addition, you mentioned a question: "In some cases just the x86 edition that works just fine on x86 and x64." In fact, I do not think so, because in 64-bit system, when to call 32 or 64 program, it is determined by the operating system. For example, if your operating system is running a 64-bit program, and the program calls the clipboard API, then the system will call 64-bit clipbrd.exe program to work.
Finally, Win Vista, 7, 8/8.1,10 do not require this file, so even if you download the clipbrd.exe file, it is useless as the system will not call this file.