Wise Old Owl
Yes, I think so too. TPM was disabled in my BIOS, I had to enabled it. The message went away after that. It's downloading now.
I have opted into insider, thus, got the windows 11 update. Everything is just as windows 10, but with better animations and look. They also changed the settings app to a minimal look. Every change was welcome. Though, not based on facts, but my personal experience, I feel its a even more heavy on my system (not at all unexpected tbh ).I hear Windows 11 is now available for download officially. Has anyone tried the official build yet?
Well, that would make sense, wouldn't it? When have Microsoft's decisions ever made sense before?They should have released it like an update to windows instead of making a new one
Windows 11: Unveiled on Thursday (24), Windows 11 will require an active TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module) chip in the computer to function, as revealedwww.somagnews.com
crypto skyrocketed GPU and HDD price, Now MS joins in by skyrocketing TPM modules.
The worst ones being that there's no show desktop or task manager on the taskbar context menu anymore. T
Woah, it crashed upon me just once though, after so many days. Its particularly good when you consider its a dev build.In about an hours usage, the explorer crashed twice.
Yeah, its definitely more heavyBut it was running very slow on my 7th gen NUC.
Well, that's a relief at leastIt now shows up when you right click the windows icon
It might have been because the system is generally not very powerful (Dual core i5) or because the Windows partition had gotten almost 85% filled after the upgrade.Woah, it crashed upon me just once though, after so many days. Its particularly good when you consider its a dev build.