While many users were looking forward to Windows 11 before its release in October 2021, many of them haven't installed or migrated to the new operating system (OS). One possible reason for the slow adoption of the OS is that Microsoft has made it mandatory for devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips.
Windows 11 made a lot of buzz not just because of its new features but also because of its hardware requirements. For one, it requires supported devices to have Trusted Platform Module (TPM) 2.0 chips, otherwise, the new OS cannot be installed. In comparison, Windows 10 ran on TPM 1.2. If your business uses computers and other devices that do not have the appropriate chips, then you may be considering ways to bypass Windows 11’s minimum requirements.