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The Windows 10 update simply revealed copying and pasting to millions of people



The copy and paste function in Windows 10 is set to change in a big way with the next operating system update.

Windows recently reported that with Windows 10 Build 20185, Microsoft is reproducing the Clipboard feature – which records duplicate text and images – to add a new panel that allows emojis, GIFs and other content to be inserted into documents, emails and messages.

The new Clipboard panel, which will still be accessed by pressing the Windows and V buttons, features an emoji section that provides access to a set of emojis, as well as a landing page containing the ones you have recently used. It also has a GIF section that serves up trending GIFs and a search feature, so you can dig around the perfect GIF to spam in Slack.

Windows 10 Clipboard Emoji

(Image credit: latest Windows)

The latest build of Windows 10 also adds to a Clipboard history feature, which surprisingly provides a glimpse of the latest content you copied and pasted. Such an option exists in the current Clipboard iteration, but is somewhat limited, as it can only record up to 25 text entries. The new history feature removes that limit and also supports other HTML content and images, rather than just text.


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