Tech giants Microsoft is set to release an update to Windows 10 and there could be massive changes coming along with the new update.
There is an expectation that the new operating system’s features will be coming to Windows 10 sooner than later which includes a new panel that completely changes how copying and pasting works.
With Windows 10, Build 20185 the tech giant is adding a new panel that allows users to insert emojis, GIFs, and even content from their clipboards. The new panel also includes several new features to make it easier for users to add content to their messages, documents, and emails.
The new panel will have a feature called clipboard history that displays a list of items that users have recently copied to the clipboard. And rather interestingly, users will be able to access all their most frequently used GIFs, emojis.
Users can Use GIFs and Emojis in Windows 10 Update
Currently, there are already clipboard replacements available for the users to update to their OS and the new panel will offer similar functionality natively and can even be synced across devices.
The clipboard in Windows 10 as of now allows users to access their clipboard history at any time by pressing the Windows key and V. Clipboard items can also be shared across Windows 10 devices by going to system settings and choosing “Automatically sync text that I copy” in the clipboard menu under the “Sync across devices” tab. However, clipboard history currently stores a maximum of 25 entries and the oldest items are deleted as new ones appear.
The new clipboard history coming to Windows 10 soon not only supports text but also images and HTML content. Users can also delete the history of the clipboard or turn off the feature entirely from the settings menu.
There is an element of trying to ease up the usability for the clients and how clients can be able to share content and copy without having to go through various stages and shortcuts.
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