Clipboard syncing is FINALLY coming to Windows 10 with the Fall Creators Update later this year

Microsoft’s OneClip app was really cool, If you have ever wanted to be able to sync the content on your Windows 10 PC’s clipboard with your phone, you’ll be glad to know that Microsoft is finally incorporating it right into Windows 10. The company today announced a new clipboard syncing feature at the day 2 keynote of Build 2017 where it also introduced the upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.

In case you are wondering what clipboard syncing will do: it will basically sync content between your Windows 10 PC and phone without you needing to install any extra software. Once enabled, you will be able to copy something on your PC and be able to paste it on your phone (Android, iOS, and Windows 10 Mobile). Clipboard syncing will let you copy and paste things like photos, text, and even GIFs.

This feature is going to be immensely useful for Windows 10 users if it works seamlessly, that is. With clipboard syncing, you can copy an image from your computer and share it on any app like WhatsApp on your phone. Clipboard syncing will be available in Windows 10 with the upcoming Fall Creators Update later this year, along with all the other new features.

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