When you copy something on your Windows PC, itâ€™s automatically copied to your clipboard for you to paste.
Clipboard HistoryÂ in Windows 10 and Windows 11 lets you save multiple items to your clipboard.
Clipboard history also allows you to copy images and text from one PC to another with a cloud-based clipboard. Not only can you can paste from your clipboard history, but you can alsoÂ pinÂ the items you tend to use all the time andÂ sync your clipboard historyÂ to the cloud.
Often you can press the Ctrl+Shift+V keys instead of Ctrl+V to paste any copied text as plain text without any formatting included. Not all apps support using Ctrl+Shift+V though.
When you use theÂ Paste as plain textÂ option on any text-based item in your clipboard history, it pastes the text content of the clipboard without its original formatting (font, color, size etc.), allowing it to match the formatting of the destination document.
This tutorial will show you how to paste as plain text from any text-based entry in your clipboard history in Windows 11.
When you copy something on your PC, itâ€™s automatically copied to your clipboard for you to paste. Not only can you can paste multiple items from your clipboard history in Windows 10, but you can also pin the items you tend to use all the time and sync your clipboard history to the cloud.
Often you can press the Ctrl + Shift + V keys instead of Ctrl + V to paste any copied text as plain text without any formatting included. Not all apps support using Ctrl + Shift + V though.
Starting for some with Windows 10 build 21318, you will now see a â€śPaste as plain textâ€ť option in clipboard history (Win+V) that allows you to paste the text content of the clipboard without its original formatting (font, color, size etc.), allowing it to match the formatting of the destination document.
This tutorial will show you how to paste text as plain text from any text-based entry in your clipboard history in Windows 10.
Linking your Android phone to your PC lets you switch seamlessly between your phone and PC.
Cross-device copy and paste is supported on Android devices that are running One UI version 2.1.
Cross-device copy and paste allows the Your Phone app to to access and transfer content you copy and paste using the same shortcuts you normally use on your Android phone and Windows 10 PC. Use Cross-device Copy and Paste to easily copy text from your compatible Galaxy phone to your connected PC.
It is only possible to copy text and images between your devices currently. Images above 1MB in size will be resized. You can copy content and paste it into a Secure Folder, but you can’t copy and paste content from a Secure Folder onto your PC. Copying something from a Secure Folder will still replace any content you have on your PC clipboard.
This tutorial will show you how to turn on or off Cross-device copy and paste for the Your Phone app in Windows 10.
Windows Sandbox provides a lightweight desktop environment to safely run applications in isolation. Software installed inside the Windows Sandbox environment remains “sandboxed” and runs separately from the host machine.
A sandbox is temporary. When it’s closed, all the software and files and the state are deleted. You get a brand-new instance of the sandbox every time you open the application.
Starting with Windows 10 build 20161, a new group policy setting was added that enables or disables clipboard sharing with the sandbox.
If you enable or do not configure this policy setting, copy and paste between the host and Windows Sandbox are permitted.
If you disable this policy setting, copy and paste in and out of Sandbox will be restricted.
This tutorial will show you how to enable or disable clipboard sharing with Windows Sandbox to copy and paste between the host Windows 10 and Windows Sandbox for all users.