- Jul 19, 2021
I am in absolutely no hurry to upgrade to Windows 11, I still use a Windows XP VM and a Windows 7 VM. Really the only thing I use Windows 10 is for Zoom and newer versions of Vs. I did run 11 in a VM early on but I deleted because I did really need it or use it. I also use Linux. I believe my current workstation can have a TPM 2 module added to the motherboard, but my guess it this machine will never run Windows 11 as the primary OS. My question is this, I know some machines can take TPM 2 add in module that go directly on the motherboard, but could a company invent a TPM 2 on a USB stick for laptops and ease of installation on desktops? I think the CPU model plays a role. Just wondering, I don't need anything like this soon, but it would be nice if that were an option. I checked online is there does not seem to be any agreement. I thought Steve might have a clear answer if it is even possible.