New Discovery

On your Windows 10/11 keyboard, if you hold the Windows key (or Start key) and press the V key, your clipboard will popup. If it says “Not Active” or something similar, it has not been enabled. Just click the button to activate. Now anytime you copy (CTRL+C) or right mouse click on selected text/graphics and clicking “copy”, you can look at the text on your clipboard by holding the Windows key and pressing the V key. You will also see a history of clipped or copied graphics or text and can select historical copied data and use it again.

Morning Music

Follow the Sun – Xavier Rudd

Neil Halstead – Full Moon Rising