On April 14th, Microsoft announced important changes to its timeline activity history feature in the latest preview of Windows 10. The timeline was introduced in 2018 with the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. It is a function that allows you to keep track of activity history on your local machine and link Windows 10 with mobile devices via a card so that you can continue working on applications.
What will happen to the next function update “21H1” of “Windows 10”? In a blog announcing the latest preview of Windows 10, Microsoft said that if you use your Microsoft Account (MSA) to sync your activity history across devices, you won’t be able to upload new activity to your timeline. There is. “If you’re synchronizing activity history between devices through MSA, the option to upload new activity to the timeline isn’t available. Accounts connected in Azure Active Directory (AAD) aren’t affected.” Is explained. As far as the description of AAD is concerned, it does not affect the enterprise or educational customers who use this account. “To see your web history, you have the option to look back at your recent web activity in Edge and other browsers. You can also use OneDrive and Office to see your recent files,” Microsoft said. ) Microsoft states that “all timeline and local activity history remains in Windows 10.” This change applies in the Dev Channel of Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 21359. Also, the “News and Interests” feature on the Windows 10 taskbar has been rolled out to all Dev Channel users. There’s also a new option in the Start menu, Power menu, to sign in when the device restarts and then restart the app.