I use CTRL+C and CTRL+V a lot!

The issue is, on a keyboard, the C and V are beside each other. I often hit the wrong thing and end up copying new text instead of pasting what is in the clipboard.

Since I'm copying and pasting within remote desktop as well, it's a little time consuming to go back and re-copy the original text when I type CTRL+C instead of CTRL+V

Is there a way to "undo" the last copy and as such return to the previous "item" in the clipboard?


With stock Windows there is not a way to accomplish this. What you would need to use to accomplish this would be a clipboard manager. There are a lot of them out there.

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