Windows 11 is the latest operating system from Microsoft that brings new features and improvements to enhance the user experience. One of the new features in Windows 11 is Clipboard History, which allows you to access and manage your recent copied items. This feature is particularly useful for those who copy and paste frequently, as it saves time and effort by allowing you to quickly access items that you have copied in the past. In this article, we will guide you through the steps to turn on Clipboard History in Windows 11 and how to make the most of this handy feature.
Turn On Clipboard History in Windows 11
1. Navigate to the Start menu search bar, and search for the ‘settings,’ option. Alternatively you can press Windows key+ I to open settings option.
2. Click on System.
3. Under System settings, select Clipboard.
4. Toggle on the Clipboard History option to save multiple files to your clipboard.
Kuddos! |You have successfully turned on your Clipboard history by following the above step-by-step guide. Now that you have enabled the Clip board history feature, you can view all the history of all contents of your clip board.
From now on, every time you are on your screen and would like to view your clipboard history, press Windows key + V. This shortcut will prompt a new window which will show all the content that you have recently copied.
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Pointers of Clipboard in Windows 11
- To view Clip board history, press Windows key + V.
- To pin individual item in the history box, tap on the pin icon in the right bottom corner of each individual clipboard box.
- To delete history, tap on the three dots against prefered history chat and select delete. Alternatively, if you want to delete everything, tap on clear all.