Although Microsoft has confirmed that the TPM 2.0 chip is a basic requirement for Windows 11, it turns out that OEMs have a lot of flexibility.
Tom’s Hardware See Microsoft’s 16-page document ‘Windows 11 Minimum Hardware Requirements (PDF) and Notes:
states that Microsoft will allow “OEMs for special-purpose commercial systems custom order and customer systems with custom images” to deliver the system without TPM support enabled.
It’s worth noting that some countries, such as China and Russia, don’t allow any systems to ship with TPM at all, and that line makes it clear that TPM on Windows 11 is an alternative Microsoft made more than necessary without the operating system. can’t stay
Although we understand Microsoft’s motivation to start over. But the decision can result in hardware waste and a lot of time. This is because users have completely abandoned hardware that works well. Which is a bad decision for a supposedly green company.
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