Windows 11, which is currently available to download for Windows users who are already enrolled in the Windows Insider program, is expected to begin official distribution by the end of 2021. The new operating system, which is in the beta process, has brought many thoughts with it since the first days of its emergence. Users who experienced the system encountered various system requirement issues. This situation naturally fears that it may not be compatible with all PCs.
Taiwan-based technology giant Asus has started to release motherboard updates to provide a solution to the compatibility issues encountered in Windows 11. The company has already installed on its motherboards, which are required for Windows 11 to run. TPM 2.0
Started activating . This module, which is not included in Windows 10, but integrated into the motherboard or processor, acts as a security chip. In this context, Windows 11 more security
It is possible to say that there is a possibility of providing .
The faults are due to TPM 2.0 not enabled
Users who installed the operating system when Windows 11 came out, Microsoft’s PC Health Check tool, computers are not compatible with the operating system
They encountered the bug. In fact, the computer and operating systems were compatible with each other, but the TPM feature had to be activated through the BIOS and Windows did not give any information about it to the users.
Users familiar with the Windows ecosystem will have no trouble entering the BIOS and activating the TPM, although it may not be easy for casual users to activate this feature. Asus is releasing the new firmware update that will automatically turn on the TPM feature with these users in mind. To Asus users who are having trouble installing Windows 11 needs to update their BIOS. There are also Asus motherboards that already have TPM 2.0 enabled. You can find out which of these cards are here.