Microsoft announced the future release of the new update of Windows 10 called Fall Creators Update during the Build 2017. The update should arrive by the end of September but will one of the most interesting features. Timeline, the option that allows you to shoot a project long abandoned in view of productivity, will not be present in this update. This was announced via Twitter the corporate vice president in the Operating Systems Group, Joe Belfiore.
The manager at Microsoft has however announced that Timeline will come with the next development of Windows 10 now known by the generic name of Redstone 4 which according to the company’s programming Redmod will be released around March next year.
Correct. Timeline will not be in the Fall Creators Update. We’re planning for it to be in early insider builds shortly after FCU is out.
– Joe Belfiore (@joebelfiore) July 3, 2017
The story of the Timeline very reminiscent of My People, the function that allows you to more easily and intuitively manage contacts saved on your PC. This was supposed to make his debut with the previous update, and instead will be available in Fall Creators Update. Subscribers to the Insider program can still test Timeline with early builds of Windows 10 successive updated environment in September. Speaking of Windows 10, Microsoft these days has suffered a setback not just. Part of the source code of the operating system was released online with great embarrassment for the Redmond company.