Copy and Paste Multiple Items With Windows 10 Clipboard History
Sometimes there is a need to paste the previous content of the clipboard, even if it’s not the last thing that you copied.
With Windows 10 Clipboard History feature, you can store and access more than one copied item, so you can paste something even if it’s not the last thing that you copied. First, we need to enable clipboard history, then we can use Windows logo key + V keyboard combination to access the clipboard history at any time.
To enable clipboard history, Go to Settings (Press Windows Logo Key + I) > System > Clipboard. Then, turn on Clipboard history.
To paste an item from the Clipboard history, use the keyboard shortcut Windows logo Key + V. The Clipboard manager will show the recent history of things you have copied to the clipboard.
Select the item you want to paste or press Esc key to exit from the clipboard manager.
Windows 10 Clipboard history will be cleared when you restart your PC. If you want to keep an item when you restart, pin the item to the clipboard.