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Windows 10 update disables a handy copy-and-paste trick

Microsoft has rolled out a new Windows 10 feature pack to members of its early-access Insider program, delivering improvements to the operating system’s screen-snipping utility, taskbar and on-screen keyboard.

However, as part of the update, the company has also temporarily disabled the ability to copy-and-paste screen captures directly into a folder in File Explorer. Instead, users will need to save screenshots manually via the Save As function.

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