The Windows 10 OS is now officially out of beta and Windows Insiders can expect the feature to roll out over the coming weeks.
Microsoft and the folks at Google have launched a new cloud feature called “Cloud DNN,” which will allow you to quickly view all the data that’s stored on your computer.
The feature will automatically sync to the cloud, allowing you to see the most recent activity, as well as the history of each keystroke you’ve typed.
It’s the same functionality that Microsoft has been using with its Bing search engine, and it will be useful to anyone who’s interested in storing data in the cloud.
The cloud is available now on both Windows 10 and Windows 8.1, and will also work on Windows 10 Home, but is currently only available on the 64-bit version of the operating system.
You’ll need to have a Google account to activate the feature, which can be done through the Google app.
The Windows Insider preview is only available in English, and Microsoft hasn’t yet announced the full feature will roll out to other languages.