Microsoft has just announced that the next major Windows 10 update will be called Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.
The update will come with 4 major new features.
- Pick Up Where You Left Off
- OneDrive Files On-Demand (Placeholders)
Timeline is a new feature that improves the Task View area to provide a list of apps and workspaces that you were using previously or on other devices. Think of it like a time machine for resuming old sessions. Timeline also combines with a new Pick Up Where You Left Off feature to let you resume sessions and apps on multiple devices.
This new pick up feature is particularly useful on mobile devices, where Microsoft hopes app developers will start to link their desktop apps to resume experiences on devices like an iPhone or Android handset. Microsoft is also creating a cloud clipboard that will roam across Windows, iOS, and Android to let people copy content from a PC and paste it on a phone.
OneDrive placeholders are returning to Windows 10. The feature will come under the name Files On-Demand.
The new Windows 10 design known as Project NEON will be a part of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update.