The Redmond Giant had earlier promised to deliver the Windows Timeline feature with the release of Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. The feature was removed as the company felt it not ready for public and hence made the cut from the features list of Fall Creators Update.

But now at its Developer Day event the company showcased a working demo of the Windows Timeline feature which is already available on internal Microsoft Builds. The feature is expected to be made available for all users with the official roll out of Redstone 4 update for Windows 10 early next year.

The Timeline feature can be accessed via the Task View button and there is also a search option where users can look for the usage history of apps. The company also revealed that the Windows Insiders will be able to test the Timeline feature in the upcoming Redstone 4 builds.

Microsoft demoed the Timeline feature with Build 17005 and could be the first Redstone 4 build to be released after the Official roll out of Fall Creators Update on October 17th. Currently the Skip Ahead Insiders are already testing build 17004 which should be merged with the usual Fast Ring once the company rolls out the Fall Creators Update next week.


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