Copying and pasting a large number of files in Windows can be flimsy. Thankfully, here are a few methods you can use to make the process much faster.
Copying and pasting files and directories on the Linux command line is much easier than you think. Learn the comands to move your files around from the Linux terminal.
Your system is almost unusable when the copy and paste function is not working. Learn how to fix the copy-and-paste not working issue in Windows.
Microsoft Word doesn’t offer the option to copy text from more than one selection at once. This shows how to copy and paste from multiple text selections in Word.
Nautilus-copypaste-images is a plugin that lets you copy an image file in Nautilus and directly paste it as an image to an image editor like Gimp. Here’s how it works
Fancy a faster way to copy a link in the browser? Copy Link Address allows you to simply hover over a link and press “Ctrl + C” to copy the address.
It is easy to use Cmd + C/ Cmd + V to copy/paste, but do you know you can do the same simply by dragging and dropping the selected text?
Spotlight in Mac OSX is more than just a search engine. You can also cut, copy and paste files directly from the Spotlight window. Here is how you can do it.
Want to copy and paste or cut and paste an item right from Spotlight on your Mac? It’s easier than you think! Just follow these steps.
Using a clipboard manager to manage your clipboard history in Windows 8 is a good way to ensure the content you copied earlier is not lost. Here is a one good clipboard manager that you can use in Windows 8
How many of you have had to copy a lot of text from one source to another or while editing? It is a pain especially if you need to rearrange the way a paragraph is layed out. For the Mac owners out there, Jumpcut will make the job a lot easier. Jumpcut is a very […]