What is a TPM? And here’s why you need it for Windows 11

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It was only after Microsoft had finished its Windows 11 unveil earlier this year that the company released system requirements for its software update. And buried underneath RAM recommendations and recommended gigahertz (GHz), was a curious acronym: TPM. 

Trusted Platform Module, or TPM, is a secure cryptoprocessor that secures a computer via an integrated cryptographic key. But in more basic terms, it’s like a security alarm for your computer to prevent hackers or malware from accessing data. And it will be necessary for Windows 11. 

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