The controversy surrounding the need for TPM 2.0 (Trusted Platform Module version 2) to run Windows 11 may have largely died down, but it remains an issue for some people. Specifically, it is people with AMD systems for whom TPM (or fTPM as AMD labels it) is proving problematic. Complaints are popping up online from Windows 11 users who report performance problems with their computers, including stuttering. The common thread linking them together seems to be AMD’s fTPM firmware implementation. See also: Microsoft reveals how long computers need to be online to keep Windows properly updated Microsoft says the rollout… [Continue Reading]

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