Copy paste â€“ itâ€™s something we all do, probably multiple times a day. But what do you do if you need to copy the same few things again and again? How do you copy content across your devices? Starting with Windows 10 build 17666, Microsoft is addressing that and taking the clipboard to the next level â€“ simply press Win+V and youâ€™ll be presented with a brand-new clipboard experience.
Not only can you can paste from the clipboard history, but you can also pin the items you find yourself using all the time. This history is roamed using the same technology which powers Timeline and Sets, which means you can access your clipboard across any PC with this build of Windows or higher.
Roamed text on the clipboard is only supported for clipboard content less than 100 kb. Currently, the clipboard history supports plain text, HTML and image less than 1 MB.
If needed, you can set a group policy in Windows 10 to allow (enable) or prevent (disable) users from being able to turn on Clipboard History for their accounts on the PC. This policy setting determines whether history of Clipboard contents can be stored in memory.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable the Clipboard History feature for all users in Windows 10.