Microsoft Downgrade Timeline Feature in Windows 10

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Microsoft Downgrade Timeline Feature in Windows 10 – Timeline, a feature that was first introduced about four years ago in Windows 10 Fall Creator Update has now reportedly noticed a downgrade or downgrade of its features.

Yep, you didn’t miss it, if you’re a Windows 10 Insider Dev Channel user who’s already using build 21359,then you’ll notice that Timeline in Windows 10 you won’t be able to access on your other devices.

This is because Microsoft reportedly eliminated the sync capability of every activity you do in Windows 10, just like in the following Microsoft announcement,

“If you have your activity history synced across your devices through your Microsoft account (MSA), you’ll no longer have the option to upload new activity in Timeline. AAD-connected accounts won’t be impacted. To view web history, Edge and other browsers have the option to look back at recent web activities. You can also view recently used files using OneDrive and Office.” Write Microsoft in its announcement.

Although the Timeline feature has a slight downgrade, I don’t think this is a problem, but for users who have two or more devices and often open files integrated in OneDrive quickly, this feature is certainly very useful, especially for quick access and multitasking.

 

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