The recycle bin is one of the best inventions in computing, I never tire of stating it and at the moment, there is no other function quite like it. Another interesting function that Windows offers us, and that depending on the use we make of our equipment, could be at a similar height, is the clipboard history.
Traditionally, the clipboard has always had only one use, that is, once we copy something, we have to paste it if or if in another place, we cannot store more content, content that we can select to copy in other documents. With Windows 10 that changed as it introduced clipboard history.
Thanks to the clipboard history, we can copy different content for later and pasting it selectively in the different sections of the document that we are creating, an ideal function to organize information to do a job, organize our ideas ...
Although the universal clipboard is natively activated In Windows 10, it is advisable to check if it is activated, since in some versions of Windows, it was not activated by default.
Enable clipboard history in Windows
This function is available within the menu System> Clipboard, within the Clipboard History section. If the switch is activated, we can start using it without problems.
To access the configuration options, press the key combination Windows key + i.
How to access clipboard history in Windows
To access the clipboard history, we will press the key combination Windows key + v. At that moment, a window with all the images and text that we have previously copied to the clipboard will be displayed in the text line where we are.
To copy the text we want from the clipboard history, we just have to click on it. If we want delete some content stored on the clipboard, we must click on the three horizontal points and select Delete.