Previously, the Clipboard feature in Windows could only save copied text, but since the latest Windows 10 update in October 2018, it can also save copied images. Basically the clipboard can now save various copied texts and images. This leads to the overload of the clipboard history and also to the exposure of sensitive data in public. To keep your sensitive data private, you can turn off clipboard history. As? We see.
Here we show you how to disable clipboard history in Windows 10.
Solution 1: Turn off clipboard history from settings panel
Step 1 - Go to the start button on your PC, click to open the menu. Find the settings active option energia and click on it to open the file settings application.
Step 2 - Find System in the list of options and click on it.
Step 3 - Scroll down to find the Clipboard option in the left side panel. On the right side of the panel, you can find the Clipboard History option, which is enabled by default. Turn it off to disable the Clipboard History feature.
Solution 2: Turn off clipboard history from registry editor
Step 1 - print Windows + R on the keyboard to open the run box, type Regedit and hit ok to open the Registry Editor window.
Step 2 - Copy and paste the following path into the registry editor to access the system window.
Step 3 - Right click on the empty space on the right side of the window, click New> DWORD (32-bit) value.
Step 4: Name the newly created DWORD value AllowClipboardHistory. Double click on it and edit the file Value field to 0 and press ok. This will disable the Clipboard History feature.
Restart your PC for the changes to take effect. This change softens the Clipboard History functionality in Settings. To reactivate it, you need to delete the file AllowClipboardHistory entry in Registry Editor.