How to Enable Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V For Copy Paste in Windows Command Prompt.
One of the most used feature used in windows is using ctrl+c and ctrl+v in windows PC. This feature is really life saving for us in many situation. To Enable Enable Ctrl+C and Ctrl+V For Copy Paste in Windows Command Prompt, you need to follow simple steps mentioned Below.
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While using windows CMD prompt, you might have noticed ^C when you use copy paste in cmd.
Here is the Solution, once you enable Ctrl keys are enabled, you can easily use Ctrl+c and Ctrl+v from your keyboard.
Although without Enabling you can do copy paste in CMD in windows:
To Copy from windows command prompt in windows:
Right click on cmd and select “mark” option, select text you want to copy. it will copy automatically or you can press enter.
To Paste on windows command prompt in windows:
Just right click on cmd and whatever you have copied or Text in clip board it will paste.
Well, if you really want ctrl+c and ctrl+v for copy paste in command prompt follow steps mentioned below:
here is the solution to enable copy (ctrl+c) paste (ctrl+v) in your Windows 10 command prompt. Just follow these simple steps and then you are better to go.
Enable copy paste in Windows Command Prompt:
Run Command prompt as Administrator.
search CMD and right click on CMD, and select run as administrator.
or if you are windows user press windows+X and you will get option “Command Prompt (Admin)”
Right click on Title bar and then click properties.
Once properties of windows command prompt open up, go to Experimental Tab.
Click or check on Enable Experimental Console Features (Applies globally)
and then, check on Enable new Ctrl key shortcuts. you can check the image below.