- The new Microsoft Edge is now preinstalled.
- The touch experience is more optimized when in desktop mode.
- Focus Assist will no longer provide users with a summary of missed notifications when Focus Assist is turned off.
- Using your Microsoft Account, Windows 10 will now automatically pin Your Phone, Office, or the Xbox app to the Taskbar when setting up a PC running 20H2 for the first time.
- Improved support for non-ASCII file paths for Microsoft Defender Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Auto Incident Response (IR).
Start menu: A new Start menu will feature a more streamlined design, replacing the solid color backplates behind the logos in your apps list with partially transparent backgrounds, helping the icons stand out more. You can also set an accent color if you like.
Tabs: Open all tabs in Edge in Alt + Tab, instead of just the active one in each browser window. You can also configure it to show only your last three or five tabs, or turn it off completely under Settings > System > Multitasking.
Taskbar: Personalize your Taskbar so you can find what you’re looking for faster.
Notifications: See where your notification is coming from by checking the app logo at the top, and dismiss it by clicking the X in the top right corner. Focus Assist notification and summary will be turned off by default.
2-in-1 devices: For these device users, instead of getting a notification asking if you want to switch to tablet mode every time you detach your keyboard, it will happen by default.
Just like the Windows 10 November 2019 Update, this upcoming release isn’t a full feature update. That means when it’s ready, the update will sit on top of the May 2020 Update instead, equating to a much smaller download and install period.