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How to try the new ‘Timeline’ function in Windows 10

The next big update of Windows 10, for now codenamed Redstone 4, continues to paint better and better, especially due to the arrival of several changes and improvements in the interface as the expected ‘Timeline’that did not arrive with the Fall Creators Update.

One of the good things about the current Windows development model is that thanks to the Insider program we can not only know what Microsoft works on, but also test it on our computers. The latest build available for betatesters (17063) already lets us try that new ‘Timeline’ or activity history and we tell you how you can take a look.

Obviously to test the novelty you must join the Microsoft Insider program and install the build 17063 of Windows 10 on your computer.

You can do it in a virtual machine if you do not like the idea of ​​installing an unstable version, or you can do it temporarily, you can always stop the Insider compilations and return to the current version of Windows 10.

You must make sure that in the Settings panel> Update and security> Windows Insider Program> What kind of content would you like to receive? you have marked the option ” The next version of Windows ” and in the frequency with which you want to receive new versions, choose ” Anticipated “.

Check for updates from Windows Update and install the latest build. If you are on the 17063, you should have the new task view button active by default, which instead of showing only the virtual desktops as before, now shows the new Timeline or Activity History.

If not, open the System Settings (Windows key + I), go to Privacy and choose the new activity history option . From there you can activate or deactivate your activities on the timeline.

Your history is synchronized with your Microsoft account, that is, if you start working with certain applications on a Windows 10 computer, and then log in to another one, Windows 10 will show you the history of apps in this view of everything that you have been using in the last 30 days.

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