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Windows 11 requires a TPM 2.0 chip to work. This is clearly a ploy to sell more computers. TPM is not needed unless you run a mega corporation.
Hey there fans of Windows XP and 7I know you love Windows XP/7 as much as I do. It's awful that Microsoft stopped supporting it. However, you may find that Zorin Linux is a great replacement. I know, I know, it's Linux. But, try it and see for yourself. You don't have to loose Windows XP/7 to use it either. You can download it here.
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