When Microsoft launched Windows 10 three years ago, the company proudly said it was focusing on productivity. That might not sound very exciting, but it was a noble goal nonetheless — one that made it clear Microsoft was paying attention to its more dedicated users. So it’s not too surprising that the most interesting aspect of Windows 10’s spring update (which launches on April 30th) is once again productivity, and more specifically: Timeline. It’s practically an inevitable feature, one that ties together what you’re working on across all of your devices. And yes, it’ll even be helpful for iPhone and Android users.
Windows 10’s Timeline is the star of its latest update