Microsoft Officially Teaches How to Install Windows 11 with Only TPM 1.2

For the sake of security and other considerations, Microsoft Windows 11 sets more complicated rules in hardware requirements, especially to support TPM 2.0 and secure boot, which prevents many computers that can run Windows 10 smoothly and still have sufficient performance to upgrade smoothly; In response to strong consumer protests, although Microsoft did not relax the restrictions on TPM 2.0 in the end, it gave instructions on the official support page so that systems with only TPM 1.2 can be installed after the registry key is created, and at the same time, it can also jump. The processor has been tested, but there are a lot of warnings and disclaimers before and after.

Microsoft provides official teaching on the support page, but still does not forget a large number of warnings and disclaimers

On Microsoft’s installation support page, you can find the “Other ways to install Windows 11 (not recommended unless instructed by support)”, which mentions that as long as you add the registry key through the registry editor, you can use it not on the list Windows 10 is installed on devices with processors and TPM 1.2, but like the previous warning, once consumers use this method, they must agree to Microsoft’s disclaimer, including the possible lack of specific features, which may cause system damage and may not be able to provide security in the future.

In short, if the system does not support TPM 2.0, but you want to install Windows 11, compared to downloading a modified version of the network that cannot be sure whether it contains malicious software, if you have the ability to add the registry key yourself according to Microsoft’s instructions, the risk is relatively less. One point, but in any case, Microsoft is determined this time to require TPM 2.0 before it is willing to provide complete support.

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For the sake of security and other considerations, Microsoft Windows 11 sets more complicated rules in hardware requirements, especially to support TPM 2.0 and secure boot,

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