Do you want to enable the clipboard on the Laptop in Windows 11/10? Copy and paste are two functionalities that we use frequently on a daily basis. It doesn’t matter if you’re surfing the web, coding, or doing something else. If you want to copy a file in Windows 11, right-click on it and select the copy icon; if you want to paste it somewhere else, right-click on the paste icon. That is all that can be done at this time. But did you know that Windows 11 has a sophisticated function called clipboard that allows you to copy a file and paste it as many times as you want, anywhere you want? We will show you how to enable and use the clipboard on Windows 11/10 Laptop or PC.
However; clipboard history is a feature in Windows 11 that expands the capabilities of the traditional Clipboard tool. It accomplishes this by including an interface that keeps track of everything you copy (text and graphics) and allows you to paste the content as needed. You can categorize the contents to make it easier to find frequently used products. It can also upload the goods to the cloud and sync them across all of your Microsoft-connected devices.
What types of files are stored on Clipboard?
Before you begin learning how to use the clipboard, you must first understand what types of files are stored in the clipboard after it is turned on. On Windows 11/10, the clipboard stores images, text, scripts, links, documents, and videos that are less than 4 MB in size. It can support a maximum of 25 items, after which the very last duplicated file will be removed one by one from the bottom.
How Enable the Clipboard History on Windows 11?
At the first, you need to turn on the clipboard history feature on Windows 11 and Windows 10.
Now, start how to enable the clipboard on Laptop.
1. Press Win+I to open the system setting on Pc or go to the Start menu and select the Setting.
2. From the system setting side scroll down and click on the Clipboard option.
3. Next, toggle the Clipboard history option to enable or turn on the position.
Once activated, on your computer, the Clipboard History feature is turned on. You may now copy several blocks of text, images, or URLs to the clipboard and access them later with Clipboard History.
How to Using the Clipboard on Windows 11/10
If you’ve copied many files, you might wish to look at the clipboard history. Who knows which text or clipboard history file you wish to insert anywhere.
If you’re seeking a way to access the clipboard history in Windows 11/10, don’t go there since you won’t find one. Instead, if you hold down the Windows key+ V on the keyboard, a small panel on the right side will appear, which is the clipboard history. You may also drag and drop this window wherever you wish.
Also, read more about the clipboard on Windows.
The major clipboard options are found in the same place where the clipboard was activated. When accessing the clipboard history, however, there are a few minor settings that are also available.
- Open the small clipboard with the Win+V shortcut.
- From Clipboard history, Clear all, Pin, and three-dot.
- When selecting to Clear all text, images, etc on the clipboard.
- The pin option is everything that will be removed from your Clipboard history except for pinned items. To clear pinned items, you’ll need to unpin them and select the Delete option.
- When click on the 3-dot will see the two icons: Paste as text and Delete.
Finally; What’s new with Windows 11/10 Enable and Use the Clipboard? I hope you find this information useful and do let me know if there is anything I overlooked in the text.