Since the Windows 10 feature update development cycle stretches out over approximately six months it can be challenging to keep up with the new features introduced for testing in any one of the last fifteen builds that have been released since the big feature update this past autumn.
So I thought it would be handy to recap the major feature updates that have made their way into Redstone 4 up until this point as a reference moving forward.
The Fall Creators Update added capabilities that allowed you to create an ecosystem of devices across mobile, desktop, laptop, and tablets that enabled you to pick up on various activities that had been started on other devices.
Timeline takes that one step further and provides you with a shared list of activities across any Windows 10 device that you use each day. This activity listing is displayed in a beefed up Task View option and lists browsing and app activities for all of your connected Windows 10 devices.
This data is tied to your browsing and activity history and can be turned on or off plus you can control what content is used in this feature through the Microsoft Privacy Dashboard on the Activity History page.