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TPM 2.0: Why bypassing it is risky for your business

Microsoft requires devices to carry a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip in order to meet Windows 11’s minimum hardware requirements. If your business uses computers that are two or three years old, then those machines likely don’t have this chip. That means you may have to invest in new devices just to run Windows […]

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3 Reasons to accept Windows 11’s TPM requirement

Windows 11 made a lot of buzz not just because of its new features but also because of its hardware requirements. For one, it requires supported devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips, otherwise, the new OS cannot be installed. In comparison, Windows 10 ran on TPM 1.2. If your business uses computers […]

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Why is Windows 11’s TPM requirement important?

Months before Windows 11’s official release date, conversations were already focused not just on the new operating system’s (OS) new features, but also on how its hardware requirements compared to its predecessor’s. Among the points raised was the compulsory Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chip in Windows 11-supported devices — a marked upgrade from Windows […]

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