I'm wondering if there is such a manager available that would retain it's content when rebooting into another OS? I understand that I could create a separate document with the data needed, that could then be accessed where ever wanted, but more often than not, I find that too much of a bother. For instance, it would be nice that I could copy a url in Windows, then reboot into Linux, and still have it available to paste into a browser there. Also, I'm wondering if there is some way to make Windows 7 keep it's clipboard content through a reboot? My manager (Yankee Clipper) has a boiler plate, where one can store data in a fashion to accomplish that, but it isn't automatic, so most of what it contains is lost on reboot.