In what looks like the My People fiasco all over again, Microsoft has admitted to missing the bus on a major feature yet again after making the official announcement. This time it is the Windows Timeline feature that gets pushed to the next Windows 10 major feature update and is not coming in final “Fall Creators update” release.
Microsoft first announced Windows Timeline feature as coming with Windows 10 Fall creators update at the Build 2017. So after an official announcement at a major event one would expect that Microsoft will not embarass itself again after what happened with My People and Creators update. But history must repeat itself when it comes to Microsoft’s lofty promises.
Joe Belfiore has just confirmed on Twitter that Windows Timeline feature will be available in Insider Builds of what may be the Windows 10 version 1803, the next major update after the Fall Creators update.
Update: Even Cloud Clipboard won’t make the cut for Fall Creators update and is pushed to Redstone 4 aka Version 1803.
Microsoft has officially confirmed that Windows 10 Fall Creators update aka Redstone 3 will be out for PCs in September 2017, thus will be known as Version 1709. Read our full Windows 10 Fall Creators update coverage by clicking here.