The game is horribly slow, even on a system that exceeds the recommended requirements, the graphics and audio are choppy even on supported 3d cards and soundboards, and the interface is so blatantly disgusting and hard to figure out it’s not even worth mentioning. That’s just the technical end of things. The gameplay makes BC3K look like Da Vinci. The story, while interesting, is rather cliché and boring and the game never quite gets going. While this title is billed as an action/adventure, there isn’t much action or adventure in the rather empty gameworld. The characters are shallow and the voice acting is horrendous.
The Timeline Worlds website and company went under soon after they released their one and only game. No patches were ever made and Eidos has done nothing to try and help debug the game. Timeline tanked on the shelves and was bashed by the critics and deservedly so. Play this game at your discretion..but don’t say you weren’t warned.
*Timeline shows up to 30 days of past activities.
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The first checkbox on the page, “Store my activity history on this device” (“Let Windows collect my activities from this PC” on the Windows 10 April 2018 Update) controls whether Timeline can log activities from your current device. If it’s turned off, nothing will be recorded – either in the cloud, or offline.
Finally, even after unticking the two checkboxes, you may still see existing activities in the Timeline UI. The contents of the Timeline interface is determined by the toggle buttons under “Show activities from these accounts.” If you disable accounts here, none of the activities connected to them will appear in Timeline.
Updated May 1, 2018, 12:07am EDT
The list of activities does include every file you’ve opened via File Explorer, so you may see many documents, spreadsheets, images, videos, and music files here.
You can also click the Manage my Microsoft Account activity data link to review and delete activities stored in the cloud.
In the left side, there’s a convenient annotated scrollbar to quickly scroll through all the items. Also, on the top-left side, above the scrollbar, you’ll find an option that you can use to search an activity using keywords.