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Stop! Why you shouldn’t panic-buy a TPM for Windows 11

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Stop! Why you shouldn’t panic-buy a TPM for Windows 11

With the announcement of Windows 11 last Thursday, the humble Trusted Platform Module (TPM) has gotten more attention than ever. Home users are suddenly interested in this esoteric security tech.Windows 11 will require a module, which could tempt savvy shoppers to buy a TPM 2.0 chip early, and slap it on their motherboard. The logic of such a move makes sense: You want to ensure existing hardware can make the jump to Windows 11. And with Windows being the dominant operating system, it’s not hard to imagine TPM shortages closer to the OS launch—like what happened with the abrupt high demand for toilet paper and webcams last year.To read this article in full, please click here
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