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Microsoft Describes Upcoming Windows 10 Features Including 'Sets'

Category: Operating Systems
Posted: 06:51PM

It was not long ago Windows 10 Fall Creators Update released, but as one should expect of any developer the size of Microsoft, the company is already working on things to come, and with the Windows Insider Program, normal consumers can try out some upcoming features. Recently two of these features were described in an email and Windows Insider blog post; Timeline and 'Sets.'

Timeline is what its name suggests visual timeline that will let you look back through files, applications, and sites you visited. If you do not remember what it was you had open earlier in the day, this is a way to find it without having to retrace your steps. The 'Sets' feature, which still needs a final name, is fairly different and has a video below on how it works. It allows you to open multiple, distinct applications in a single window as separate tabs, with each just a click away as you work. When you leave, this 'set' of applications can then be reopened on other computers even, thanks to cloud syncing.

If you are looking forward to testing out either of these features, it might be some time. At least Sets will not be rolling out to the entire Insiders community, allowing Microsoft to compare user behavior between those with and without the feature. Eventually everyone will get it, but the company wants that information first.



Source: Windows Insider Blog

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