In the week of the Microsoft Ignite Conference, we announced a private preview of a set of new features for Azure Policies in Azure Compute session, Azure Governance session, and Azure Resource Manager session. All of them are now in public preview.
Back at Build 2017, Microsoft's Joe Belfiore demoed Windows Timeline, a feature intended for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, meant to help a user resume apps and content from their other (iOS, Android, and Windows) devices. Unfortunately, the feature didn't make the cut and instead is being developed for the upcoming Spring Redstone 4 release. As expected, the latest Windows 10 Insider build includes some functions for Windows Timeline, putting in place the necessary settings and links to control future Timeline content (via ITPro.) In Windows Insider build 17040, these settings are accessible by navigating to Privacy, and then selecting activity history from the sidebar. There's a helpful explainer on the page, detailing that the settings are for Activity History, eventually allowing the user to "jump back into what you were doing with apps, docs or other activities on your PC or your phone.