All we need is an easy explanation of the problem, so here it is.
I’ve been using Win+V for a long time with PureText.
My Windows version is 1809 (OS Build 17763.439)
Now all of a sudden windows has stolen the shortcut for its own clipboard history.
Window shows a popup proposing to enable its (presumably) new feature – Clipboard History.
How do I disable it do get PureText working again?
How to solve :
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Basically create a registry key named
HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Advanced and specify the list of letter keys whose combinations with the Win key you’d like to disable, just "V" in this case.
It did work for Win+V but didn’t work for Ctrl+Win+Q when I specified "VQ".
A reboot may be required to apply changes
I had the same issue. The registry hacks didn’t work. I upgraded my PureText app from v3.0 to the latest v6.2. It now has an “Experimental” mode under Advanced options that manages the Windows–V clipboard pop up. Seems to be working fine for me so far!
According to Microsoft’s documentation of Windows Keyboard Shortcuts, this can be turned off by selecting Start > Settings > System > Clipboard, and turn off the toggle under Clipboard history.
There is a Registry Key specifically to disable this feature.
If this key isn’t there, create a DWORD with the name
IsCloudAndHistoryFeatureAvailableand set it to 0.
This also removes the clipboard menu from Windows Settings which only contains settings for this feature.
Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
Thank you 🙂