When you check Windows 11 compatibility for your PC, you could find that your PC might fulfill all the minimum system requirements to run Windows 11 except the TPM's one and only obstacle.
But recently Microsoft has removed the Windows 11 Compatibility Check application .exe from its official site. So to check whether your PC can run Windows 11, you need to wait a while until Microsoft again release its Windows 11 PC Health Check application on upcoming days.
So if you're not running Windows 10 and keep waiting for the public release of Windows 11 to use them, you might be out of luck though you have other system requirements except Trusted Platform Module. Here is the whole story about TPM.
What is Trusted Platform Module (TPM)?
Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a microcontroller chip that stores keys, passwords, and digital certificates, and creates digital signatures to authenticate the system software as well as encrypted storage volumes.TPM is a hardware security device that can be inserted into a computer to provide hardware-based security. Usually, TPM is a small chip that is soldered onto the mainboard or plugged into a USB connector on the motherboard. When it comes to its manufacture, it is designed to provide a level of security beyond what can be achieved by software-only security solutions.
As the internet becomes a larger part of our lives, there is an increased need for security. TPM is a specification for storing and using cryptographic keys as part of a larger security solution and is designed to provide high-security functions to a computing platform via its hardware and firmware. In this article, we go over what it is, what it does, and how it can help you. Hope you enjoy the article, let us know your feedback.
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