Complementing the "light" and "dark" themes implemented last year, the feature aims to deliver a dynamic color scheme to the console.
Although the dark theme is generally easier on the eyes in dimmer environments, light themes offer improved visibility in brighter locations.
While display latency doesn't detract from navigating menus and watching video content, gamers strive for the quickest response times for their titles.
When ALLM is enabled, display settings can be adjusted on the fly to account for the type of content currently on-screen.
How to enable Xbox One 1440p support for Xbox One X and Xbox One S "Variable Refresh Rates" (VRR) adapts the refresh rate of your display to that of outputted content, reducing screen tearing and stuttering, without the input lag suffered when using a similar solution known as V-Sync.
Xbox One supports AMD's Free Sync VRR technology, allowing the console to communicate directly with Free Sync-compatible displays.
Succeeding the "Xbox Fall Update" released last year, the "April Xbox Update" brings long-awaited support for 1440p displays, AMD Free Sync, Mixer controller sharing and much more.
How to enable Xbox One Auto Low Latency Mode Microsoft's Mixer live streaming service is built around interactivity, with an existing assortment of features designed to foster closer streamer-audience relationships.
The April Xbox Update expands upon this with "controller sharing," by allowing streamers to digitally pass the controller to their viewers.
For now, ALLM is hard to use on Xbox One, being limited to only a small number of displays under the HDMI 2.1 specification.
For now, this largely futureproofs the console for when HDMI 2.1 sees wider adoption.