Enable Copy, Paste functionality in Command Prompt Windows® 10 Technical Preview

Hi Friends,
In Windows 10, you can use the Ctrl + C and Ctrl + V functionality in the command prompt
to copy and paste. But, by default this functionality is disabled. Here is how you can turn on this
functionality in your Windows 10 PC. From the bottom left of the screen, right
click on the Start button, and then click on Command Prompt with Administrator rights.
To activate the shortcuts, right click on the title bar of the command prompt window,
and then select Properties. Inside the “Command Prompt” Properties box,
select the “Experimental” tab. There you”ll find the shortcut key option among other experimental
console features. Select the checkbox next to “Enable experimental
console features (applies globally)”, and then ensure that the checkbox next to “Enable
new Ctrl key shortcuts” is selected. Click on OK to confirm.
Now you can check that native copy and paste shortcuts in the command prompt are working
properly. Hope this was easy to follow. Thanks for watching!


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