From the post:
Thanks to the Windows 10 May 2019 Update, you’ll find that your Clipboard can do more.
Hold down the Windows key + V to check it out. You’ll find a history of the past 25 things you’ve copied, including URLs, text from web pages and docs – and even screenshots.
Wait, what? I'd been looking for third party utilities to handle multi-clipboard duties for years - and now Windows 10 itself will do this! What a great tip. As shown above, you do have to turn a couple of toggles on in Settings, but once done then you're all set.
I tried it out and it worked brilliantly, Windows key + v brought up all my test clipboard items perfectly, for immediate pasting:
I realise that, as a writer, I'm more geared towards clipboard aids than most, but a multi-item clipboard is a huge boon on any OS. Win+v now has me sorted on my Surface Pro - anyone know of a multi-clipboard hack on Windows 10 Mobile? Comments welcome!