In Windows XP there was a feature where you could paste anything from the clipboard (text or image (not image files, but actual image content, e.g. a copied selection from mspaint)) directly into a directory and it would create a file with the clipboard content in it, named
Scrap that would look like this:
I tried this in Windows 10 but it doesn't work anymore, e.g. I cannot paste a selection from mspaint, that I copied, directly into a file directory. Did they get rid of this and if not, how to do it?