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Last updated on - June 29, 2021, 5:11 PM IST
Microsoft officially unveiled Windows 11 at its virtual Microsoft event. The next-generation Windows 11 OS has brought many new surprises for the users. From the new design layout to the Android apps coming to Windows to the Teams integration and more, there are a lot of new updates.
Meanwhile, Windows TPM has become one of the most searched keywords after the launch of Windows 11. Microsoft made it mandatory for PC’s and Laptops having Windows 11 to have a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) to protect sensitive data.
Any PC or Laptop that has a TPM 2.0 Chip is secure and that is why it is necessary to have TPM 2.0 Chip in the minimum requirements of Windows 11 because now Windows 11 is launched with a lot of security features and that security features do not work without TPM 2.0 Chip.
Turn on the Laptop or PC. Now you have to press the Window + R button. Search tpm.msc. A TPM Management screen will pop up if your TPM is enabled.
To enable the TPM, enter BIOS settings and look for TPM settings.
TPM is a security feature chip, which comes in the motherboard of the Laptop and PC. TPM Chip is installed to protect the hardware and software of our laptop or PC, and it works solely for security purposes.
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