I don’t think I’ve ever met anybody who doesn’t use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + X (Cut), Ctrl + C (Copy), and Ctrl + V (Paste) on their PCs, but one limitation is that you’ve only ever been able to store one thing in the Clipboard. There’s a new feature in Windows though called Clipboard History and it comes with a new keyboard shortcut. Pressing the key combination Windows key + V opens the Clipboard History.
Once the feature is activated, you will see a list of all the items stored, and you can select and click any one you wanted pasted. You can delete items by clicking the X icon, and also pin them to the Clipboard so that they’re always available. The Clipboard History feature is a great addition to Windows that can make it much easier and quicker to perform routine tasks on your PC.