Microsoft has recently shipped Windows 10 build 21318 to insiders in the Dev channel, and one of the highlights is an improvement for the clipboard history.

While many people stick with the traditional clipboard, Windows 10 now integrates a much more advanced clipboard manager.

And these days the software giant is trying to polish the experience with the clipboard history, announcing in this latest build that the feature now supports paste as plain text.

“Simply open clipboard history (WIN + V) and click the … button next to any text-based entry in your clipboard history – you will now see a “Paste as plain text” option alongside pin and delete! When you use this action in clipboard history, it pastes the text content of the clipboard without its original formatting (font, color, size etc.), allowing it to match the formatting of the destination document,” the company <a href="… (read more)