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    TMP 2.0 /Windows 11

    Do you guys know about this requirement for the forthcoming windows 11?

    Windows 11 demands TPM 2.0 and here's what that means for you | PC Gamer
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    Interesting, thanks for posting.
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    Quite a few motherboards already handle it, but BIOS often needs updating to enable it. Fortunately my new motherboard is fine for it.
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    I dabbled with it after seeing Sneaky post. I ran the Windows 11 tool and my PC failed. You just enable the feature in bios but no need to fully enable Secure Boot which require a PK Key to be generated and with that comes the risk of losing access. After basic enablement the Windows 11 tool reported my PC ready.
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    My old Mobo doesn't even have a TMP slot! But as Windows 10 is fully supported till 2025
    I'm not that fussed. W11 does look a bit meh to me. Plus it's worth remembering that if the one good one bad versioning Windows had followed for so long is to be believed, then after a bad 8 and a good 10
    we seem due for a bad 11

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    Quote Originally Posted by smilodon View Post
    My old Mobo doesn't even have a TMP slot! But as Windows 10 is fully supported till 2025
    I'm not that fussed. W11 does look a bit meh to me. Plus it's worth remembering that if the one good one bad versioning Windows had followed for so long is to be believed, then after a bad 8 and a good 10
    we seem due for a bad 11

    It's not as if it will constantly download the Win11 OS and attempt to "update" your PC and fail without you telling it to even try, time and time again.

    Nah, M$ wouldn't do that......... Would they.

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