Enriched video playback
The Windows 10 May 2020 Update brings along Windows Display Driver Model (WDDM) 4.7, which not only improves the overall gaming performance, but also enhances the video output and refresh rate on multimonitor setups. Stutter issues have also been eliminated.
Support for hardware accelerated GPU scheduling means that video cards can now manage their video memory. This will result in reduced latency and improved framerate for smoother video playback.
Go passwordless with Windows Hello
New computers now come built with fingerprint scanners and advanced cameras with facial recognition capabilities. These work with Windows Hello. And this feature just received a couple of neat additions with the May 2020 Update.
You now have an option to make your device fully passwordless, and exclusively rely on Windows Hello to sign into your Microsoft account. In addition to this, the update also adds Windows Hello PIN sign-in to Safe mode so that Windows 10 S mode users don’t have to rely on their password when they want to troubleshoot their devices.