The built-in Windows clipboard utility's inability of saving multiple entries can sometimes lead to frustration. So, I did some googling to find a good replacement program and came across loads of them that do the same thing. Some of them are free, some not but the most light weight, most stable and the fastest one was this: ClipX
It uses negligible computer resources and provides easy ways for users to access their saved clipboard data. Once it is running, ClipX adds an icon (of your choice!) to your system tray and sits back monitoring your system clipboard. It can remember up to 1024 entries plus it allows you to save and load them in history files. You will notice the improvement in your productivity instantly especially if you use copy and paste a lot!
But then again if you really want to stick with your built-in clipboard, you can see what you last copied using Microsoft's "ClipBook Viewer" by running C:\WINDOWS\system32\Clipbrd.exe ! Wonder why they hid it?