How to Check PC has TPM for Windows 11 PC – Guide

The Atrusted Platform Module (TPM) is a security chip embedded in modern systems that provides a hardware-based tamper-proof environment to generate, store, and protect encryption keys. On Windows 10 you usually need this module to use features like BitLocker to encrypt and decrypt the hard drive, but it is not a requirement to install the operating system. However, this changes with Windows 11. In Windows 11, Microsoft updates the minimum system requirements and makes the Trusted Platform Module (version 2.0) a requirement not only to configure security features but also to install the operating system on a computer . If your device does not have a TPM 2.0 chip, you will get an error message when running the Windows PC Health Check tool or any other utility and you will not be able to install Windows 11 even if the rest of the hardware meets the minimum requirements. If you plan on jumping to Windows 11 or want to set up security features like BitLocker, there are several ways to verify that you have a Trusted Platforms module configured and enabled on your computer.

Check the TPM using tpm.msc

Device Manager

Check TPM for Windows 11 in UEFI

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