When can the Windows command line tool directly copy/paste using Command/Ctrl + C/V?

Li Haoqiang 1 Reputation point
2019-11-01T09:38:07.627+00:00

The Windows command line can also be copied/pasted directly using Command / Ctrl + C / V. At present, some terminal tools such as PowerShell Core are not very good for Ctrl + C / V support, but in some scenarios it is very tasteless. Windows Terminal is a good start, I hope to improve this experience, Windows10 has made us like Windows enough.

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  1. Philippe Levesque 5,706 Reputation points MVP
    2019-11-01T16:40:39.44+00:00

    Hi

    For such feedback please use the Windows 10 feedback hub, it's done to left request like that one.

    You can see how there; Send feedback to Microsoft with the Feedback Hub app

    You can search all feedback items too, as maybe you can upvote your feedback if someone else already posted it for consideration.

    Thanks

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  2. Reed M. Wiedower 66 Reputation points
    2019-11-01T16:24:48.803+00:00

    Are you saying that you want better support in cmd.exe?

    And what scenarios are "tasteless" (by which I assume you mean not working at you'd expect) in your mind?

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  3. Fabian-Campo 1 Reputation point
    2019-11-01T22:54:57.64+00:00

    No, the only way to paste content in CMD console is right click on the title bar. but you should try the Windows Terminal


  4. Falco, Gaetano Salvatore 1 Reputation point
    2019-11-08T11:34:33.317+00:00

    In Linux you can paste with CTRL+SHIFT+V, on windows 10 CTRL+V is supported as well as right clicking for pasting, on older version of windows you can try the above method!