Windows 10 gets an update with new Timeline feature

Windows 10 gets an update with new Timeline feature
Microsoft has revealed that they are releasing the next update for Windows 10 soon. In fact, the update simply called April 2018 update is available starting on Monday, the last day of April.

Obviously the update comes with loads of smaller bugfixes and optimizations but there's also one big, entirely new feature. Microsoft calls the new feature Timeline, and according to the company it "helps you easily find what matters to you across your devices".

You might ask what does this exactly mean? Well, with Timeline, you can go back up to 30 days to find whatever you are looking for. The feature lists the files and other content you've been using in the past month by activity.

It also allows catching up to your work on the go whether you are using and iOS or Android device, as long as you use Microsoft Edge or Office 365.

Other major changes include a mute tab option in Edge browser as well as Focus Assist feature that allows you to silence social media and other notifications while you are trying to be productive.

There's also an improved Dictation feature that works with any text field within Windows 10 or any app.

You can read more about the update here.

Written by: Matti Robinson @ 28 Apr 2018 12:03
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