Make working with PuTTY on Windows more bearable
Unfortunately, I had the „pleasure” of having to use „Enterprise” configured Windows machines extensively lately to connect to Linux boxes. One of the things that drove me crazy, is the akward way of pasting stuff into a PuTTY session.
Thankfully, the author of PuTTY, Simon Tatham, addressed this in the recent versions of PuTTY (which was surprisingly available to me in this „enterprise” environment).
So in Version 0.71 and higher, you can configure Ctrl+Shift+C/V to behave as Ctrl+C/V, which makes working with PuTTY „keyboard only” much more managable.