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August 17, 2016

How to Enable CTRL+C / Ctrl+V for Pasting in the Windows Command Prompt in Windows 10

One of the more irritating problems with the Windows command prompt is that you can’t paste anything into the window using the keyboard easily—it requires using the mouse. Here’s how to fix that problem.

All you have to do to get copy and paste working in Windows 10 is to right-click on the command prompt’s title bar, choose Properties…

And then click “Enable new Ctrl key shortcuts”. You’ll probably have to click the “Enable experimental console features” checkbox first though.

And now you can copy and paste in the command prompt.
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