Computers without TPM 2.0 unable to install the latest Windows 11 preview
Computers without TPM 2.0 unable to install the latest Windows 11 preview.
Computers that don’t support TPM 2.0 won’t be able to install the latest Windows 11 preview.
When Microsoft officially released the Windows 11 system in October last year, the requirements for hardware compatibility also increased.
The TPM 2.0 security module was a basic requirement, which caused controversy.
However, Microsoft was not so firm about this requirement at the time, and many did not meet the requirements. The device can also install Windows 11 directly, or bypass it with third-party tools.
Everyone thought that Microsoft would default to this, but the latest situation is different.
A few days ago, Microsoft released Windows 11 Build 22581, which is the first preview version of Windows 11 22H2, which means that the first annual update of Windows 11 is almost finalized. .
However, this upgrade of Windows 11 Build 22581 will bring trouble to some players.
If the system does not support functions such as TPM 2.0 and secure boot, then Microsoft will directly prompt that this PC does not currently support the system requirements of Windows 11 and will not allow you to install it.
This is different from before, because users who were banned from installing the new version had already participated in beta testing before, and the system incompatibility did not prevent the upgrade, until now this time.
From this point of view, when the Windows 11 22H2 version is about to be upgraded, Microsoft will once again strengthen the requirements for hardware compatibility.
Without functional support such as TPM 2.0 and secure boot, users will be prohibited from upgrading and installing.
For users, Microsoft’s face change this time also annoys them.
Although Microsoft’s standards have not changed, but the implementation was very lax before, which led to many people getting on the Windows 11 system.
Now, when the new version is upgraded, Microsoft directly changes its face. It’s psychologically unpleasant, you take off your pants but you say no?
Of course, it’s hard to say how long Microsoft’s toughness will last, and there will always be ways for third parties to bypass TPM 2.0 and other requirements.
Wondering if Microsoft has compromised again in the end, turning a blind eye to players who don’t meet the standards. eye.