Yet you quoted me about disabling secure boot. I don't run secure boot on any of my machines, not even my server. That's why I said that, and thisI've already made mention of using Intel's PTT or AMD's fPTM option. I also know that there is a work in progress to over ride The 11 installer from detecting the PTM
Their "forced upgrade" shit is hoping gamers will want Directstorage enough to hop on the bandwagon. Problem is, if they don't take away this requirement nobody will care about Directstorage and we both know Microsoft will want adoption rates of that and W11 to move quickly.Again though, if they want adoption rates they will eventually kill this requirement or every gamer will stick to 10 beyond EOL date like the 7 and XP days.
Whats the deal?Yet you quoted me about disabling secure boot. I don't run secure boot on any of my machines, not even my server.
Maybe it was my bad rushing my initial reply about disabling Secure Boot. Secure Boot requires TPM, and in this case for Secure Boot to work properly for W11 a certain UEFI and TPM 2.0 is required. OEMs are required to have Secure Boot enabled when shipping, so TPM 2.0 is required by default for them. That's why I originally said just disable Secure Boot, it should default back to the original TPM 1.2 requirement which all of us should be on right now anyways, and then you replied with the chart. In the chart it says Secure Boot capable, but doesn't say required.Whats the deal?
I do not use Secure boot either.... running Windows 7. Why would I care if you use Secure Boot?
I just did not know if Secure Boot had to be enabled to run Windows 11?