The preview builds of Windows 10 Redstone 5 update included ‘Sets’ feature that allowed users to add tabs to almost every window. Microsoft said Sets will add browser-like tabs to almost every app’s window and it was supposed to support traditional desktop apps too, which means Sets would add tabs to File Explorer as well.
Windows 10 Sets was shortly removed from the preview builds and Microsoft confirmed that Sets feature likely won’t return any time soon. As we reported recently, references to Sets showed up in SDK build 19577, suggesting that Microsoft could bring back Sets in a future Windows 10 update.
Microsoft appears to be betting on Timeline for productivity on Windows and across devices, and the company will extend this feature to both iOS and Android. Microsoft’s Android Launcher will include Timeline so you can quickly pick up webpages on the go, and the Microsoft Edge browser on iOS will include access to Timeline. In addition, our site z2u.com has a large quantity of safe Windows 10 CD Key Code For Sale
Microsoft will start testing these changes shortly with Windows Insiders, but there’s no guarantee they will all ship with the next major Windows 10 update. Microsoft’s Joe Belfiore made it clear at Build today that the company will only ship its Sets feature once it’s ready, and that same approach applies to other Windows 10 features like “Your Phone.”
Currently, when you press Alt+Tab, Microsoft shows windows of open apps. In a future update, Microsoft will show multiple tabs of Microsoft Edge in Alt+Tab app switcher. For example, if you have three open tabs in Microsoft Edge, you’ll see three different thumbnails in the Alt+Tab view instead of one.As Edge is based on Chromium, other browsers such as Chrome will also support Windows 10’s new Alt-Tab switcher.