8. Yay! we can now CTRL + V on CMD.
The command prompt might not be used by most people except when needing to check IP or Mac Address by using ipconfig, but most IT professionals have to use this ditty each day. One of the most annoying aspects of this was that copy and paste was not working by pressing CTRL + V. This all changes in Windows 10. Now we can easily copy and paste that long path we had to either manually type out or right click and click paste (yeah, probably this would be the better of the two former options).