windows10 tip


You might have used copy and paste technique with shortcut “ctrl+c” and “ctrl+v” many times. But, this has a limitation as it stores only the last copied text on the clipboard. For this, click on the windows start menu ➜ Settings ➜ System ➜ Clipboard ➜ Turn on the Clipboard history. Now, you can copy two texts one after another, and instead of hitting “ctrl+v” hit “windows+v“. By hitting, “windows+v” this will list all the previously copied text, and you can pick one from those lists. Furthermore, you can click on the three dots (…) located on the top-right corner of each copied text and delete that single text or clear all copied text from the clipboard.