I have been using clipboard managers for a long time. I came across a variety of clipboard managers both on Linux and Windows. Long ago when I was using KDE 3 Klipper was my favorite clipboard manager. After moving to windows I didn’t find any thing that matched my taste. A few free ones were sluggish and others came with restriction on usage unless you buy them. Number of times I have resisted the idea of writing my own clipboard history manager after failing to find some features I wanted in existing ones out there.
Windows 10 packs a neat little clipboard history manager for some one whose needs are simple. It won’t automatically process links or other text you put into clipboard. It’s pretty basic. But it will save your day with out having to install 3rd party clipboard managers
How to enable Windows Clipboard History
Goto Settings search for Clipboard . Turn on the toggle button under Clipboard History section. Look at the following screen shot
Once you have enabled it. You will be able to summon the clipboard history pop up by pressing Win + V key combination