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How to Power Up the Windows 10 Command Prompt with CTRL+C and CTRL+V

The command prompt in Windows 10 finally has CTRL+C and CTRL+V functionality yet, by default, the much-touted upgrade isn’t on. Let’s fix that oversight right now.

One of the things in the Windows 10 announcement press conference that made geeks throw their hands up in the air and say “it’s about time!” (myself included) was the announcement that the Windows 10 command prompt would finally include simple keyboard shortcut cut and paste functionality via the traditional CTRL+C and CTRL+V routes.

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