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Find your past work fast with Windows timeline
Get back to previous activities quickly. Tom Alphin shows how Windows puts your work in a handy timeline.
Do you use Timeline to maintain your work history?
How many of you utilize Timeline to keep track of your work? I use it on my device to see what documents I was working with on a specific day, and what information I might have been referencing with Edge. I can even keep track of projects in Visual Studio, allowing me to look back at all different types of work I've done. - Brandon C, Services Advisor from Microsoft Stores
Windows timeline - unable to edit office document
Hi, Whenever I open an office document via windows timeline, it opens the file via my browser (as the file is stored on my one drive), but it wont let me edit it. Each time I try and press the edit button I get the following message: "We're having trouble connecting to the server. If these keeps happening, contact your help desk" Does anyone have any ides? Thanks in advance.
Windows 101: Four simple ways to switch between Windows apps
When you have multiple apps and documents on the screen, Windows makes it simple to switch between one open window to another.
Give your Android phone a new look with Microsoft Launcher
Customize your Android phone home screen with Microsoft Launcher. Enjoy new features like Bing wallpapers, themes, and widgets.
History of Windows Since 1985
I am writing this message as a suggestion to devote a website to the various versions of Windows along with a description of major additions and improvements of one build over its predecessor from the original Windows (release date 11.20.85) up to and including Windows 10 (release date 07.29.15). A lot of changes have happened since Windows first appeared in 1985 and from time to time I will think about the evolution of and the countless changes to the program that single handedly revolutionized personal computing as we know it today. Just the change in size of programming code from way back then to now is mind boggling! I remember getting a new computer with a 60 MB (Yep, MB) hard drive and how I was envied by co-workers. We thought a 60 MB storage drive would be more than enough to meet any future needs. Nowadays, some office documents and many stand alone apps are that size and greater. Microsoft has every reason to brag on its accomplishments and contributions to the tech industry in just over 30 years. Displaying these events would not only be of historical importance but perhaps an educational tool as well. A virtual tour and perhaps enabling online access to functional prior operating systems would be interesting to young and old (Yes, I'm on the "old" side). Anyway, you folks are more than talented to come up with the best way to exhibit this idea to share with the world. Maybe its been discussed before but if not I just wanted to encourage a thought process to consider its viability. It could also be an excellent tool to market Microsoft into future generations. In any event, congratulations to Microsoft and its employees for past accomplishments and best wishes for continued success! Thank you for your consideration in this matter, your time and talent! God bless all of you and yours, and bye for now, Paul
When will there be more people and focus on windows 10?
I heard in a article there is going to be some reinvestment into windows 10, but then we have Azure, and other things. For example we have, Windows 10x, Windows 10 on Arm, Windows 10. Like, before we got singificant changes and additions such as timeline. But now it's slowed to a significant amount, and now it's affecting how polished the rest of the things are. The worst porition I would argue has to be the lack of polish in the UWP apps, such as the Photo's app and the quality limitation of suggestions on the Feedback hub. Soo, what exactly are they reinvesting in anyway this time? Why can't we save a session on windows 10 for later, why can't we select multiple options on timeline. ETC
Clearing Task View History
Hello Windows Community, How can I clear my task view history?
List of Viruses
Can I please have the List of Viruses from Microsoft? I found it somewhere a year ago in microsoft.com server.
Manage virtual desktop like a pro in Windows 10
Looking to divvy up daily projects to better focus on what you need to accomplish? Virtual desktop in Windows 10 to the rescue!
Right-click the timeline that you want to change, and then click Change Layout. Click Process, and then do one of the following: For a simple but effective timeline, click Basic Timeline. To show a progression, a timeline, or sequential steps in a task, process, or workflow, click Accent Process.
Timeline is a feature that first appeared in the Windows 10 April 2018 Update. The feature lives on your taskbar and enhances Task View to show you currently running apps and past activities. By default, timeline shows you snapshots of the things you were working on from earlier in the day or a specific past date.
Click View, and then select Timeline. Right-click a task, and then click Add to Timeline. Repeat this for each task or milestone you want to add. Tip: If you're using Project 2016 as part of a Project Online subscription, you can give your timeline a name!
Use a Timeline to filter by time period. With your Timeline in place, you’re ready to filter by a time period in one of four time levels (years, quarters, months, or days).Click the arrow next to the time level shown, and pick the one you want.