If you’re one of the Windows 10 users whose system has updated to the October 2019 Update, there’s a great new feature you’ll want to try out: an improved clipboard that allows you to store multiple items.

Let’s check out how to use it. Start by typing clipboard settings into your Start menu and clicking on the result.

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Turn Clipboard history on.

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Press the Windows key + V to view your clipboard history. Click any item to select it to paste.

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To remove an individual item, just hover over the right corner and click the X.

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To clear the entire clipboard history, click on Clear all.

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You can also hover over the right corner of any item to pin it.

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That means the item will stay on the clipboard even if you clear the history or restart the PC.