Windows 10 Fall Creators Update Announced

The next major update that Microsoft is planning to release in September is Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which will include a new focus on bringing Windows experiences to iOS and Android devices.
 
As far as details are concerned, four new additions are talked about which consist of Timeline, Pick Up Where You Left off, Clipboard, One-Drive Files On-Demand.
 
As far as Timeline is concerned, Task View presents a list of apps and works on which work is done previously in addition to allowing you to resume sessions and apps on multiple devices, which is mainly because of the Pick Up Where You Left Off feature. In order to link desktop apps to resume experiences on devices like an iPhone or Android handset, Pick Up Where You Left Off is extremely helpful.
 
Microsoft also has announced the Cloud Powered Clipboard, in which Microsoft is enticing you to roam across Windows, iOS and Android to let people copy content from a PC and paste it on a phone. Its One-Drive Files On-Demand is phenomenal, as you can retrieve files without downloading the entire folder.