Windows - Clipboard History

2020-06-26 | 91 words

A great feature in Windows 10 is the native support for Clipboard History. This means that the clipboard (Ctrl + V) doesn’t just remember the last item copied, but remembers multiple items.

The only difference is that instead of using Ctrl + V to paste, you use Win + V. This will bring up a window with your clipboard history, and you can select what you want to paste using your mouse or keyboard - both text and images (including previews) are supported.

To turn this feature on, go to Settings: