The Clipboard function has remained the same all the years keeping the copy so you are ready to use it when you select the paste option.
The timing crew, however, has arrived for this operation, with Microsoft preparing a full upgrade to the next version of Windows 10 which is expected to be released in the fall. Already those who participate in the Windows Insider test program can have a first contact with the new Windows 10 Clipboard, which works closely with Cloud.
This allows the user to comment not only on the last copy he made but on the last copy, which appears in the form of tabs. In fact, they can include not only text but HTML and images up to 1mb.
Still, the user can copy to a computer that has copied content from another computer, a feature that is made possible by the cloud.
In the coming months, we expect Microsoft to refine the new Clipboard in its release with the next official upgrading of Windows 10, probably in October.
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