Soon after Windows 10 was released Microsoft made a very useful upgrade to the Clipboard via a new tool called Clipboard History.
In days of old the Windows Clipboard was limited to storing just one item at a time: the last item you either ‘copied’ or ‘cut’.
That was a pretty severe limitation since whatever was currently stored in the Clipboard was wiped out and overwritten the next time you copied or cut another item.
Clipboard History changed that by allowing the Clipboard to store up to the last 25 items that you either copied or cut. You can then choose among them when you needed to ‘paste’ something that’s stored there. [Read more…]