This is a very all but very useful command if you work with the Windows Command Prompt. This allows you to output text from commands into the Windows clipboard.
dir | clip
Scott Hanselman from Microsoft just reminded the community about this feature, which is available in Windows since Windows Vista.
Windows folk: Did you know you can pipe cmd prompt commands into the clipboard? pic.twitter.com/fSE7ZHBBbB
— Scott Hanselman (@shanselman) June 20, 2016