So far, the Fall 2020 features update is working well with no issues as an “early adopter” … It installed quickly from WU. The Fall release is more of a “tune up” & much easier to install than the more complex & feature rich Spring release. The migration to the Edge Chrome based browser is main feature & have been using early versions of Edge chrome as even preview versions were much improved over the original. A lot of key fixes are included that may help with past WIN10 issues in certain vendor configurations.
Details for IT pros about the Windows 10 version 20H2 release can be found in this Windows IT pro post by Joe Lurie, a senior product marketing manager at Microsoft. Features for end users were announced in this Windows post by Aaron Woodman, general manager of the Windows consumer business. Also, Microsoft offered information about how to get Windows 10 version 20H2. Those nuances are described in this Windows announcement by John Cable, vice president of program management for Windows servicing and delivery.