As we already know, Windows 11 requires us to use the TPM 2.0 configuration and Secure Boot so that the new operating system can be installed on the device.
Of course, even though there are still many users who use the bypass method to get their devices running Windows 11, at WinPoin you can find some interesting opinions expressed by readers on the page: Here’s What WinPoin Readers Say About Windows 11.
Now regarding the TPM and Secure Boot requirements that are presented in Windows 11, it turns out guys, these two requirements have been introduced in Windows 10, to be more precise at Windows 10 Insider Dev Channel Build 21327 (Codename Cobalt) which was released in early 2021.
In the OS, as reported by the source @XenoPanther on Twitter, in the appraiserres.dll file, it contains some code that prevents the OS from being installed on a device without TMP and Secure Boot.
Even so, the code doesn’t seem to have been implemented in Windows 10 and has finally started to be included in the Windows 11 Setup section to do this device compatibility check. If the check fails, then Windows 11 will fail to install, as it is now.
If suddenly Windows 10 would implement these requirements, of course there would be a lot of resistance from users, and that’s why Microsoft might finally delay implementing the TPM and Secure Boot requirements in Windows OS to Windows 11.
So what do you think about this? If the TPM and Secure Boot requirements were implemented in Windows 10, what would happen? comment below guys.
Via : @XenoPanther Twitter