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TPM, Secure Boot requirement files found in Microsoft Windows 10, but not enabled

Posting time:2022-12-06 00:42:09

TPM, Secure Boot requirement files found in Microsoft Windows 10, but not enabled

IT House August 28 news, Microsoft Windows 11, as a new-generation operating system, requires equipment such as TPM 2.0, secure boot, and virtualization-based security (VBS), which makes some equipment unable to be upgraded. According to the newly discovered documents, Microsoft seems to have considered requiring TPM and secure boot in Windows 10, but it was not enabled in the end. According to information found by Twitter whistleblower Xeno in Windows 10 Build 21327, descriptions of TPM and secure boot appear in the appraiserres.dll file, but Build 21327 was launched as early as last year, so it is indeed not implemented. IT House understands that Microsoft Windows 10 22H2 is about to be pushed to all users. At the same time, Microsoft clearly pointed out in a blog post for helping commercial customers and companies deploy Windows 10 that the 22H2 version of the Windows Hardware Compatibility Program (WHCP) ) is unchanged, even the same as the 2004 version. So you don't have to worry about being restricted in the new version. Microsoft's support for Windows 10 will continue until 2025, but the focus of development has now shifted to Windows 11. The Windows Central source also said that Microsoft now intends to release major versions of Windows every three years, with the next version, tentatively called Windows 12, currently planned for 2024, three years later than Windows 11 in 2021. Starting with Windows 11 22H2 (Sun Valley 2), Microsoft is launching a new "Moments" project, designed to allow the company to roll out new features and experiences at key points throughout the year rather than major OS releases. It is reported that Microsoft intends to release new features to the Windows versions on the market every few months starting in 2023, up to four times a year.

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