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Old 22 Oct 2021, 02:50 PM   #8
Bamb0
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Originally Posted by DrStrabismus
The windows clipboard holds data between cutting/copying and pasting. AFAIK it's an integral part of windows, although you may find utiliities to enhance it.
What I think is fascinating is how CTRL-Z works!!

Say you have a message your typing and you make 7 changes during writing.....You can press CTRL-Z and it will go back 1 change every press..... How does it do that???

Where is the info stored?? -- Its gotta be LIVE STORED when you have your computer on as that isnt saved???

Very confusing.......

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