Use Windows + V to Paste

One of my favorite Windows 10 tricks is to use the keyboard shortcuts Ctrl + C to copy text and files and Ctrl +V to paste.

But there’s another paste shortcut you should know: Windows Key + V.

If you combine those two keys, you’ll get the option to choose from all recently copied items on your PC.

You do need to have Clipboard history turned on. Here’s how. Type Clipboard settings into the search box and click on the result.

Slide the switch under Clipboard history to the On position.

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