Windows 11 Virtual Machines Now Requiring TPM 2.0 by Default

Windows 11 Virtual Machines Now Requiring TPM 2.0 by Default

Many people try out Windows 11 in virtual machines, and this happens for a very good reason. By installing the latest preview builds in a virtual machine and not directly on a stand-alone system, they can therefore be up-to-date with all the changes that Microsoft is working on, all without letting any potential bugs or stability issues to impact the performance of their devices.

Until now, installing Windows 11 was as easy as it got, simply because these preview builds didn’t come with any special requirements.

Aside from the typical hardware requirements, that is, and everybody knows already just how controversial these have been for Windows 11 users.

The most recent Windows 11 preview builds available for users in the Dev and Beta channels start enforcing TPM 2.0 even on virtual machines, therefore bring them in line with devices running the operating system separately.

Windows 11 launching in October

In other words, Microsoft wants all syste… (read more)
Source: Softpedia News


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