We all forget which site or program you were using or where you’ve stored a document. You can now return to where you left off using Windows 10 timeline. Microsoft has announced Timeline for Windows 10. This new feature allows users to restart previous tasks you started with this PC. Timeline in Windows 10 enables you to switch between running programs and previous activities.
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App developers are working hard to boost their programs by producing high-quality action cards to look at Timeline. On a timeline, you will see all your previously opened programs. Here in this article, we are going to share how to open and use Timeline in Windows 10 to resume previous tasks.
Enable and Use Timeline in Windows 10
A timeline is one of the significant features, introduced with Creators Update (variant 1803) for Windows 10. With Windows 10 Timeline feature, you can see all your activity of previous 30 days and restart them all. To see your timeline, all you have to do is press Windows + Tab key.
To enable or disable the Timeline in Windows 10.
Step 1: Open Settings using (ctrl + i) > Privacy > Activity History.
Step 2: Here you can see you’re all the activity.
If you don’t want to track activity and want to turn off Timeline in Windows 10 then you can turn off Windows Sync feature from this PC.
You can also delete your all the activity. Click on Manage my Microsoft Account activity data link > clear data.
How to use Timeline in Windows 10
The Timeline feature is located in Task View in the taskbar. All you have to do is, click on the task view button from the taskbar and then this will show all the currently running programs on 1 single screen.
You can also access it using Win + Tab. You will see a timeline bar on the right side of your main screen. It will show all the activity for last 30 days.
Hope you enjoyed this article and now you know how to Enable and Use Timeline in Windows 10. If you need any help then comment below.