Sometimes the clipboard stops working. I'm led to believe that ending the clipboard process and then relaunching it, should solve the problem. I want to automate that in a batch file for 'easy access' at a moment's notice. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-au/lib ... 2147217396
gives examples of syntax (and explanations) for stopping processes, but I find it too complex to comprehend. None of my experimenting has produced a batch file that stops the clipboard from working. I have tried command lines like : "kill clip.exe"; "kill c:\windows\system32\clip.exe” and "taskkill /s srvmain /f /im rdpclip.exe", but none of them in a batch file seem to affect the clipboard functionality in Win10. Neither clip.exe nor rdpclip.exe show when 'tasklist' is typed into Command prompt. I'd like some help - preferably a finished batch file - to at least START the process (if not complete it).