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Microsoft today at the Build Conference announced the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update aka Redstone 3 will be coming later this year. The company will be introducing the new design language Project NEON aka Microsoft Fluent Design System.

The company also announced couple of other features like the clipboard sycing and more with the Windows 10 Fall Creators update. Another major feature that’s coming this Fall is the new Timeline feature which makes it easier for users to keep track of things they are working on.

The Timeline feature will be a visual timeline of what apps users are working on the PC. If any of our users are working on a project in Visual Studio, the Timeline feature will save and show it up whenever the users open it up. Users will be able to click on the item to open up the Visual Studio Code and continue to work on it.

The Timeline feature will be one of the major new features which the company will be releasing to the public with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. However the Insiders in Fast Ring will be the first to get their hands on the feature as Insiders for testing it before official roll out to the general public.

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