Signs of Web-based Windows 10 Timeline shows up on internet

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Microsoft has already brought the Windows 10 TimeLine to Android, and have said they will be bringing it to iOS via the Edge browser.

Now what may be the first sign of this move has popped on the internet, courtesy of Microsoft watcher WalkingCat.

He discovered an Azure website at webshellprototype.azurewebsites.net which appears to be a prototype for the service.

https://twitter.com/h0x0d/status/1052843084122222592

It is not known if this version of the TimeLine will ever be available separately from Edge, though it would make sense to be able to log into a desktop computer which is not your own and refer back to your previous work as saved on your TimeLine.

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