Back in May 2017 event, Microsoft announced the next major Windows 10 update aka the Fall Creators Update. The Fall Creators Update packs with so many new features and improvements over the last major update which the Creators Update.
But today we heard that the Microsoft decided to pull out one of the most exciting feature from the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The most exciting feature Timeline will not arrive with the Redstone 3. The Timeline was supposed to work with Windows 10’s Pick Up Where You Left Off feature that allow users to sync their work across all of their Windows 10 devices.
The aim of this feature is to keep track of things on which you are working on. Basically this feature will essentially be a visual timeline of what apps you’re working on in your PC. For instance, if you were working on a movie editing project in Abode Premier Pro, this feature will save that and show it to you whenever you open it up. From there, you can click on the item to open up Adobe Premier Pro and continue working on it whenever you want.
Correct. Timeline won't be in the Fall Creators Update. We're planning for it to be in early insider builds shortly after FCU is out.
— Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore) July 3, 2017
Joe Belfiore from Microsoft today confirmed on Twitter that company is planning to delay this feature. Though no official announcement “yet”. But Windows Insider will instantly get this feature after the Fall Creators Update’s public roll out. Previously, Microsoft already delayed the MyPeople feature fro the Windows 10 Creators Update and however now it is officially making it’s way with the Fall Creators Update.
Apart from Timeline Windows 10 Fall Creators Update still have many new feature such as Project NEON, Windows Story Remix, My People and many more. Windows 10 Fall Creators Update is scheduled for the September 2017. Stay tune to Insiders Arena for more update.