Clipdiary is a full featured clipboard manager for Windows.
It can be installed it from here.
It does what any clipboard manager should: storing the previous clipboard entries as a list. You can pick any older clipboard entry and paste it back.
It adds on many keyboard shortcuts, which I don't actually require. So, I delete all of them.
I like that if I minimize or close its window, it sticks around in the system tray. That is good default behavior for a clipboard manager.
It is a paid software, that you can try for 30 days. But, it is free for personal use if you register for a Personal License within 30 days. To do that go to Help → Activate Free.
Tried with: Clipdiary 5.1 and Windows 10