How to Disable Timeline in Windows 10 Spring Creators Update
Timeline is a new feature coming to users with Windows 10 Spring Creators Update, allowing them to manage their past activities in a more effective manner.
Basically, what Timeline does is create snapshots of your activity, like loaded websites, launched apps, and edited documents, and then allow you to restore a session with just a click. This means Windows collects activity history information and saves it for later use, just in case you want to return to a previous snapshot at a certain moment in the future. Here’s how Microsoft describes Timeline:[CITATION]We know that it can be difficult to get back to stuff you were working on in the past. If you’re like us, you might sometimes forget which site or app you were using or where you saved a file. Now you can finally close apps without worrying—with Timeline, you can get right back to where you left off. Timeline introduces a new way to resume past activities you started on this PC, other Window… (read more)
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