Windows 10 continues to grow very fast, bringing new features to every new version. One of them is the clipboard copy history and it seems to be very practical.
The new feature has been added to Windows 10 May 2019 Update and is available to anyone using the latest version of the Microsoft operating system.
As you can see in the image below, to use the new feature in Windows 10 you must enable it from the control panel.
See clipboard history in action:
Of course the new feature is very practical for anyone who uses their computers to write text, anywhere.
The text stored in the clipboard can be from copies you have made from txt files, Office documents, emails, from Web pages through your browser and anything else.
To view the history of the clipboard in the latest Windows 10 releases, press the [icon name = ”windows” class = ”” unprefixed_class = ””] + V keys. and screenshots that you copied.