(Solved) Windows Clipboard history not working on Windows 10

(Solved) Windows Clipboard history not working on Windows 10

Option 1: Check if Clipboard History is enabled in Setting by open Windows 10’s search box with the Windows key + S keyboard shortcut or going to Settings > System > Clipboard, then toggle the Clipboard history setting to ON if it’s Off.

Then to check if this got turned on, press Windows + V to open Clipboard.

If you see a small pop-up with the label Clipboard, click Turn on button to enable it.

Option 2: Restart Windows Explorer by going to the task manager (Press Ctrl + Shift + Esc). Search for Windows Explorer process & then click Restart.

Option 3: Is to use Group Policy Editor

  1. Open Run (press windows key + R) then type gpedit then click OK; or gpedit.msc if gpedit doesn’t open anything or giver an error.
  2. On the left-hand side click Computer Configuration
  3. Click Administrative Templates > System > OS Policies on the left of Group Policy Editor.
  4. Double-click Allow Clipboard History to open an Allow Clipboard History window.
  5. Click Enabled if that setting isn’t configured.
  6. Press the Apply button, and select the OK button. Though users who also need to enable clipboard syncing can double-click the Allow Clipboard synchronization across devices Group Policy setting.
  7. Then click the Enabled radio button on the Allow Clipboard synchronization window.
  8. Click Apply and OK.

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