Microsoft: Timeline remains in Windows 10, but no sync is free
If your activity history is synced between your devices through your Microsoft account (MSA), you will no longer be able to upload new activity to the timeline. Accounts connected to AAD will not be affected. To view site history, Edge and other browsers have the option to look at recent web activity. You can also view recently used files with OneDrive and Office.
Microsoft has since updated the post to clarify that the schedule and associated activity history will still be part of Windows 10, but if you are using a Microsoft account, it will only be available locally on that computer. It’s not entirely clear what is behind the change, but roughly Thorot Notes, it also lost Android sync late last year when Microsoft killed its driver on the platform, so the potential is the death Stays high.
If you aren’t in the Insider Beta program, Microsoft support page A reminder that device sync will end in June for you, so anyone who uses it will have a few months to prepare. The schedule was Microsoft Fall Fall “Star” update for Windows 10 (After delaying its removal from the previous Creators Update) and while it is in progress Remember everything you didYou won’t keep this information in the cloud anymore.