Microsoft had promised the Fall Creators Update for late summer. Around September / October, the Redmond company will release the second version of the Windows 10 Creator update to all audiences with endpoints that support the update.
But even a few months away, and with so much time to finalize the details of the much-acclaimed update, Redmond's company will not be integrating the new Timeline functionality with it. And what is the Timeline (or Chronology)? Well, at first, nothing special.
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However, as not everything it seems, the functionality is far more interesting than you might think, especially for those who have multiple Windows 10 terminals. So with Timeline you have the latest on-screen display in chronological order. applications used by the user and the documents or pages opened therein.
Basically, it consists of a shortcut consisting of a well-organized history that will greatly facilitate the daily use of the computer. And, according to the source of the news, it was even officially advanced by Joe Belfiore and therefore no dispute arises, unfortunately.
So for those who would like to crave this feature, they should wait a little longer. After all, only after Fall Creators Update for Windows 10 becomes available will Microsoft grant users Insiders the option to try this feature.
Fall Creators Update will arrive later this year for Windows 10!
However, given its relevance, it will surely be worth the wait, so as soon as it becomes available you will be aware of it. You just have to be aware of what is happening on this side at EBox.
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