Jul 17, 2018

author photo

How to add existing Timeline feature in Windows 10 to your browser to view all open Windows on it

How to add existing Timeline feature in Windows 10 to your browser to view all open Windows on it

Without a doubt the best features that came with Windows operating system update April 2018 was the timeline or timeline.It's a virtual desktop expansion and allow us to see the system activity history in the last 30 days, but this feature work unfortunately only with Microsoft Edge.The good news is that with the Timeline for Windows 10 synchronization between all our devices, since it relates to the Microsoft account, so it was possible for developers creating additions to the browser Chrome and Firefox allow us to use this function with those browsers.Although the first public release of this addition is a trial version, but it works perfectly, you can also install it in Opera browsers or Vivaldi, thanks to the fact that these browsers support plugins, Google chrome.

How to add existing Timeline feature in Windows 10 to your browser to view all open Windows on it

Addition named Windows Support Timeline simply fastened in your favorite browser.Once you've done that, you will have a new button in your browser toolbar.Click the button in addition and then sign in with your Microsoft account must give permission for addition to access your data.Once you start syncing, just click on the keyboard shortcut Windows key TAB and you will see the last tabs open in your browser.

This post have 0 komentar


EmoticonEmoticon

Next article Next Post
Previous article Previous Post
 

Ad Blocker Detected

please understand that without advertising this website wouldn't be here. We serve responsible ads and ask that you disable your ad blocker while visiting. Thank you for your support??