The timeline feature which will be a part of the Fall Creators Update is one of the most important updates coming to Windows 10. As "launch" and "release" don't always coincide with Microsoft products, Server 1709 also will likely begin rolling out to users in October.
The updates will be available for download through the standard Windows update feature in October.
At the end of August, Microsoft has released a preview for their Windows 10 for PC. It also brings the Windows Mixed Reality platform. The update will also include the new Windows Fluent Design System, which will work to enhance the feel and look of apps and the operating system in general.
Underneath, it promises better security protection - most notably against the scourge of ransomware - but also support for OneDrive Files on Demand, which presents files on Windows Explorer without taking up local storage. In this sense, Windows Inking will get some extended support for digital pen actions such as writing on top of PDF files, just as you would annotate in a paper document.
Users will receive the update if they chose the "Skip Ahead" option for Windows Insider. Recently announced at IFA by Terry Myerson, Executive Vice President of the Windows and Devices Group at Microsoft, Terry revealed that not all features mentioned at Microsoft's previous Microsoft's developer conference, Build, would make it, with Timeline the biggest feature not make it this update. Windows Mixed Reality allows users to immerse themselves in virtual reality gaming, internet browsing, and even in apps like Microsoft Office. Asus won't be able to release its own Mixed Reality headset until Spring 2018. Bundles with a headset and motion controllers will start at $399 and will be compatible with new PC models starting at $499, Microsoft Technical Fellow Alex Klipman said in a blog post.
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