How to Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC

Full guide on how to enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC to prepare your PC for Windows 11 Operating system In 2021. This tutorial will make your Windows 10 PC compatible for Windows 11 OS coming very soon.

enable TPM in Windows 10 computers


If you have been following tech news regularly on this website, you will be aware Microsoft has released the first build of its Windows 11 operating system. This is currently available to those who are in the Windows Insider Programme.


But before you can join this programme, your PC needs to meet the minimum requirements to run Windows 11 or you won't receive the stable build of the operating system. One requirement is the TPM Requirement which needs your PC to have the TPM 2.0 chip installed on your PC and enabled.


If you have a modern PC, there is a high chance it came with a TPM chip, this is sometimes disabled by default, so yo will need to enable TPM 2.0 in your Windows 10 PC so you can pass the requirement check, here is how to enable it on your system.


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Steps to Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


The below steps contains the full working and safe guide to enable TPM 2.0 on your Windows 10 PC. With this enabled, you can get Windows 11 update without having to get a new PC for this new OS.

1. Tap with Windows start keyboard and head to "settings".


Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


2. Right on the settings page, click on 'update and security' option.


Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


3. Now click on the ‘Recovery‘ tab as shown below.


Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


4. You will need to then click on 'Restart Now' button behind the Advanced Startup.

Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


5. Once your PC has been rebooted and Advanced Startup has been launched, click the ‘Troubleshoot’ option > 'Advanced Option’.


Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC

Enable TPM 2.0 in Windows 10 PC


6. Now click on ‘UEFI Firmware Settings’ option. Then'Restart' button.


7. On the Boot Maintenance Manager, select the ‘TPM Configuration’ option.


8. Here select ‘TPM 2.0’ on the Current TPM device, then select the ‘Enabled’ option and press the Enter button.


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So this is how you can enable TPM in Windows 10 computers. Share this article with others interested in Windows 11 Operating System.

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