Latest news for Windows 10 21H2, According to new changes found in the Gadget Pixels April 15 news preview version, Microsoft is about to kill the Windows timeline function in the latest update Windows 10 21H2. Or become less and useful in the next version of Windows 10.
Windows Timeline (Timeline) is a feature in the Windows 10 21H2 April 2018 update released by Microsoft on May 1, 2018. The Windows timeline allows users to search for all activities on the device up to 30 days in advance. The search field includes applications, documents, and websites. When logging into a Microsoft account on Android and iOS mobile devices and using Edge or Office 365, users can also send tasks from an Android or iOS device to a Windows 10 PC, and continue to complete previous processing on a mobile device, PC half work.
In the new Win10 preview build, if users use a Microsoft account. So Microsoft has stopped the synchronization function of Windows Timeline. Which indicates that the timeline function will be killed when the Windows Sun Valley update is launched.
Gadget Pixels has learned that Microsoft has now revoked the user’s ability to upload new activities to the timeline using a device (Microsoft). Users can still access the timeline interface through the Tasks view, and the most recent applications will be listed. However, the content will not be synchronized on the user’s Windows device or Android (via Microsoft Launcher).
It seems that not enough people use the timeline. Microsoft has previously removed the timeline function from the Microsoft Launcher for Android.
Windows timeline synchronization support is quite convenient for those people. Those who have many Windows devices and want to switch between them quickly and easily and now these people should be disappointed.