You can use the new Windows 10 clipboard tool with the combination Windows-Shift-S (Try it now). It has nice possibilities like selecting a rectangle, free shape, current window or complete screen. But I want more. For instance: a form of history than can easily be viewed and selected. I found this nice software that can even clip and paste cross platform (haven’t tested it yet) through Google cloud storage.
Enter the free 1Clipboard. You clip whatever you want using Windows-Shift-S. After that, you can see your last clip in the Windows message center. With the key combination Ctrl-Alt-V the program opens, showing you the clipboard history and allowing you to select any clip (which is put onto the clipboard when you click it), or make it a favorite. There is even a search available.