The eagerly awaited Windows 10 "Sets" tab function was discontinued, according to a tweet from a senior Microsoft project manager.
Using the Sets feature, Windows 10 users can organize related applications, documents, and tasks in a tabbed window. This would allow them to work more easily with all the required information for a particular task in an organized "set".
When Microsoft announced this feature, users were thrilled when they finally brought the highly requested "File Explorer" and "Tabbed" tabs to Windows.
While development in Sets continued for some time in Windows 10 Insider builds, Microsoft finally announced that it was developing public sets of insiders -Builds would pull out With the update for Windows 10, October 2018 (Redstone 5) it was not published.
However, the announcement indicated that Windows 10 sets were merely internally developed and would be available again in a future Windows Insider Program build. 19659009] "If you've tested sets, you will not see them since today's build, but sets will reappear in a future WIP flight, thank you again for your feedback."
In a tweet to Rich Turner, Microsoft senior project manager, it was discovered that sets were being reset.
Turner said that adding the tab to the Windows shell was added to topping her to-do list, so hopefully we'll see that it returns under a different form or function name.