It’s been a week since Microsoft rolled out a Windows 10 preview build with minor improvements. While we were expecting a new Windows 10 preview build with Windows Timeline feature, Dona Sarkar has now announced that the company won’t release any new builds today.
Windows Insider Chief has also confirmed that Microsoft is planning to release a new Windows 10 build tomorrow, at earliest. “There will not be a new build today or Thursday. We are aiming for Friday at the earliest,” Sarkar tweeted.
Microsoft might release the much-awaited Windows Timeline feature with the next preview build. Due to development struggles, Microsoft delayed the release of Windows 10’s Timeline feature, however, Terry Myreson recently confirmed Microsoft is ready to roll out an early version of the feature for testing.
Microsoft announced Windows Timeline feature earlier this year and it was supposed to arrive with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. Windows Timeline feature is now expected to become available to all users with the release of Windows 10 Redstone 4 in 2018.
Windows Timeline feature allows users to create snapshots of their app activity and resume the activity from where they left off. Microsoft uses cloud to power this feature and it would work across devices, you will be able to restore the Microsoft Word session on your Android phone.