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Clear Clipboard via command line


Clip.exe accepts parameters via pipe.

This command below uses type command and pipe to clip.exe to clear the clipboard.

cmd /c "type | clip"

Or you can pipe some other exe command line to clear the clipboard like:

    svchost | clip

    sndvol | clip

Sndvol will launch the volume mixer and at the same time clears the clipboard, while svchost.exe pipe to clip.exe will also clears the clipboard.

Command above can be type on the “run box”, press “windows key + r” to launch “run window” and type the command line. Or just open a command prompt and type those command.

Or see picture below for the run box window.



It can also be save as batch file script and save to desktop for easy access.

To make a batch file, just open notepad and type the command and save notepad as batch file script with .bat extension like “clipboard_clear.bat”







And tsdicon command, is a command line that will disconnect a user session but if it is pipe to clip.exe.

It will disconnect the session and at the same times clears the clipboard.

"tsdiscon | clip" - Disconnect the system and clears the clipboard.



 Hope it helps!! Cheers!

 If you got any tricks to share, share it. Or else it will just be a matter of time and it will be obsolete.



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