New BIOS updates will make Windows 11 support less annoying on custom-built PCs

If you’re using a pre-built desktop or laptop PC made within the last three or four years, Windows 11’s sometimes confusing, sometimes contentious security-oriented new system requirements won’t be a problem for you—all of the security features Microsoft is requiring for the new operating system should be turned on by default. The change presents a bigger problem for people who build their own computers (or who have had computers built for them), since features like the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) are often disabled by default.

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