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윈도우 11 TPM 장벽 ISO 에서 appraiserres.dll 삭제하면 된다는 댓글이 있군요. 우회해서 설치 가능한듯— lunamoth (@lunamoth) June 24, 2021
Microsoft is changing the Windows 11 minimum requirements https://t.co/ZcjBYq7o5y
Windows 11 brings with it much stricter hardware requirements than Windows 10, including the requirement for a TPM 2.0 coprocessor. Here's what you'll need to run Windows 11, and how to tell if your PC meets the spec requirements. https://t.co/qwfLnrSOEc— Mark Hachman (@markhachman) June 24, 2021
If you're trying to check your PC for Windows 11 compatibility and it's failing, can you make sure you mention @Gordonung in your tweet? Referring to this story: https://t.co/qwfLnrSOEc— Mark Hachman (@markhachman) June 24, 2021
Windows 11 will be a free upgrade for Windows 10 PCs but the minimum requirements are a step up from Windows 10 in some ways. https://t.co/2JQcdxFOyy— PCMag (@PCMag) June 24, 2021
Microsoft unveils Windows 11, available as a free upgrade to eligible Windows 10 users later this yearhttps://t.co/GAjpVeLOjL— Gadgets 360 (@Gadgets360) June 24, 2021
Microsoft is changing the Windows 11 minimum requirements https://t.co/efp25PQEgB pic.twitter.com/e6rcnHXL0H— The Verge (@verge) June 24, 2021
Microsoft taking a big swing at Apple, saying apps can use their own commerce engine and developers can keep 100% of the revenue on the Microsoft App Store.— Sami Fathi (@SamiFathi_) June 24, 2021
What I *understand* from this is that Games are pretty much supporting the whole ecosystem, and they don't mind sacrificing some money from other apps to get more people developing for Windows Store. https://t.co/Kga7JPNrod— David Amador ? (@DJ_Link) June 25, 2021
Microsoft, can you not impose a TPM requirement during a silicon shortage?— Shen Ye (@shen) June 25, 2021
Especially considering most desktop motherboards support TPM only as a purchasable accessory.
Download Windows PC Health Check to see if your PC meets the requirement of Windows 11 https://t.co/hJ7fYBlb51— WalkingCat (@_h0x0d_) June 24, 2021
Microsoft didn’t kill Skype, but Windows 11 is shoving it out of sight https://t.co/vcjZwBCDET pic.twitter.com/eMFaU2Sdvo— The Verge (@verge) June 24, 2021
I wrote about the new Microsoft Store, which:— David Pierce (@pierce) June 24, 2021
* is going to be genuinely useful for the first time
* is a really clever way to make devs love Windows again
* throws a total wrench in the App Store antitrust warshttps://t.co/0qWwdkqSfK
Today, we celebrate a major milestone with our partners at @Microsoft – the launch of #Windows11. Coupled with 11th Gen @intel Core, we've created a winning combination enabling people to focus, create and connect in ways that matter most to them. https://t.co/UswmksKmq7 pic.twitter.com/hxLsOXIhdO— Gregory M Bryant (@gregorymbryant) June 24, 2021
In case you were wodering if Nadella wanted these remarks to fly under the radar, he literally just tweeted the key part that caught my eye right after I hit publish:https://t.co/TQTvrE5VZB— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) June 24, 2021
Microsoft refashions its Windows store to go after iPhone App Store's business model. It will take a 0% cut of transactions, or 15% if the app uses Microsoft's payments system https://t.co/CgAqTl62Px— Aaron Tilley (@aatilley) June 24, 2021
A very good @backlon take on Microsoft’s position against Apple with the new Windows app store. https://t.co/EcNHsW0YQa— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) June 24, 2021
If you're keeping score at home, Apple is has declared war against Google and Facebook over as tracking, Microsoft is upset with Apple over payment processing, and Amazon is pissed enough about walled gardens that they're partnering with Microsoft. https://t.co/OSZqiPoH84— Will Smith (@willsmith) June 24, 2021
Microsoft Teams is integrated into Windows 11. RIP Skype https://t.co/F8n1w25tP1 pic.twitter.com/qwbDwIcGfP— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 24, 2021
Dear @HouseJudiciary: FYI https://t.co/BIoYofoUS7— Ted Lieu (@tedlieu) June 24, 2021
Hey at least that technology to run ARM Android apps on Atom phones wasn’t totally wasted ? https://t.co/0q50rl8X08— Steve Troughton-Smith (@stroughtonsmith) June 24, 2021
The 2021 version of Microsoft is the best version of Microsoft ever! https://t.co/RTpFHpWazG— Tim Sweeney (@TimSweeneyEpic) June 24, 2021
Satya Nadella just said "The web itself was born and grew up on Windows"— Benj Edwards (@benjedwards) June 24, 2021
NeXT begs to differhttps://t.co/esDZBxrsV9
Tech history literacy is important, people
Windows 11 gives you #ZeroTrust protection right from the start. Find out how our updated hardware and built-in biometrics help keep you safe from new and emerging threats: https://t.co/lLDriQEZEp— Microsoft Security (@msftsecurity) June 25, 2021
Microsoft is pitching its new Windows 11 as pro-openness (hoping to set up a contrast with rivals like Apple and Google). Slack may very well disagree with that characterization: https://t.co/2IXFgKy5Hi— Dina Bass (@dinabass) June 24, 2021
This is Windows 11's new File Explorer https://t.co/20sOTJ5lbV pic.twitter.com/Uowm3jTzGg— Zac Bowden (@zacbowden) June 24, 2021
the PC Health Check App now explains more clearly why your PC might not get Windows 11; those TPM stockpilers won't be cashing in! https://t.co/NFhyix3Tkb— Mary Branscombe (@marypcbuk) June 25, 2021
Microsoft just teased a new File Explorer for Windows 11. It looks a little more simplified for touch and more. Details here: https://t.co/xyLgP5EJyx pic.twitter.com/VlrDvjEmiC— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 24, 2021
My Decoder interview with Satya Nadella about Windows 11, tech competition, and supporting Android is up now -> https://t.co/ts4eL8MXzG pic.twitter.com/PIwUhDCHtK— nilay patel (@reckless) June 25, 2021
Pretty good analysis, although a slim possibility is developers embrace Amazon to become part of the larger Windows ecosystem. https://t.co/B1UYDZBc1s— Michael Gartenberg (@Gartenberg) June 25, 2021
So even on the new Microsoft store, games are still taxed 12%.— Damien Petrilli (@DamienPetrilli) June 25, 2021
It's far less than Apple but shows who's the cash cow of any App Stores: games.
EPIC was right and the judge conclusion of "games sponsoring everybody else in the App Store" was spot on.https://t.co/DDvU7ZEtMN
I flipped the switch in my BIOS to enable TPM and the Windows 11 upgrade checker says my PC is now compatible. Check your BIOS for the setting, as practically every modern CPU has TPM support. Look for Intel PTT or AMD PSP fTPM in the BIOS https://t.co/bKo1UfTvk5 pic.twitter.com/xdu8s9ojS1— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 24, 2021
Woe be unto any who have built their own PC without making sure the mobo has an integrated TPM. https://t.co/nH5dbn3bjZ— Hexadecim8 (@hexadecim8) June 24, 2021
“Intel Bridge Technology is a runtime post-compiler that enables applications to run natively on x86-based devices, including running those applications on Windows"— Longhorn (@never_released) June 24, 2021
Houdini got a new name.https://t.co/QlsviVxK9Y
Another thought: Had many of the features coming to macOS Monterey just been announced on their own in a dedicated section, it would have felt big too.— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) June 24, 2021
But the vibe was “Oh it’s also getting all this stuff we made for the iPhone and iPad,” so it didn’t land.
Free or forced? I haven't forgotten about that crap Microsoft! https://t.co/IeGZbGVQe1— 『ᴍᴇʀᴋ』 (@Merk_Gang) June 24, 2021
More on Satya Nadella positioning Microsoft and Windows as Apple's primary competition for developers and innovation from @backlon https://t.co/tWu8nC8rHf pic.twitter.com/GKxhEz1r7i— nilay patel (@reckless) June 24, 2021
Windows 11 is going to move to a once-yearly feature update model. https://t.co/ItV1scblQt— Mary Jo Foley (@maryjofoley) June 24, 2021
IT pros right now: pic.twitter.com/37tFcpvaqL
While many have pointed out that the Amazon Android app store is not the best, Microsoft's goal here is not to ONLY have Amazon.— Daniel Rubino (@Daniel_Rubino) June 24, 2021
Samsung? Google? It could all happen too.
? "The web was born and grew up on Windows."— Richard MacManus (@ricmac) June 24, 2021
I'm pretty sure @timberners_lee didn't have a Windows PC when he created the web (it was a NeXT if memory serves). https://t.co/fFeBoXQ4Ur
Let's recap:— David Rousset (@davrous) June 25, 2021
- As a web dev, you can build PWAs & package them in the Microsoft Store using @pwabuilder v3: https://t.co/l27PV6Emjq
- You can target Win10 & #Windows11 & starting July 28, use your own commerce platform with no fee! https://t.co/fMwPodZLHb
How cool is that? ?
"Teams is integrated directly into the taskbar, allowing Windows 11 users to call friends, family, or co-workers. There’s even a universal mute button in the system tray so you can easily mute your microphone across all apps."— Dan Masters – OhMDee.com (@OhMDee) June 24, 2021
I'm satisfied! https://t.co/XXpG59o4C8
Microsoft announces new Windows 11 Store!— Daniel Rubino (@Daniel_Rubino) June 24, 2021
Devs keep 100% of store revenue ?
PWA, Win32, UWP apps .. all welcome.
**Android apps coming to Windows 11 using the Amazon App Store**!
Microsoft's Android app plan for Windows 11 is doomed, because pretending there's a viable US Android app store other than Google Play is theatre. https://t.co/HWdrJ06CAO— Sascha Segan (@saschasegan) June 25, 2021
A Microsoft support document reveals some bad news: 8th-gen Core chips and above are the minimum requirement for Windows 11. More details, including AMD processor requirements: https://t.co/mfceBZdFrP via @markhachman— PCWorld (@pcworld) June 24, 2021
Today, we celebrate a major milestone with our partners at @Microsoft – the launch of Windows 11. Together, we’re ushering in a new, advanced computing experience enabling people to focus, create and connect in ways that matter most to them. https://t.co/2XTroQibNY— Pat Gelsinger (@PGelsinger) June 24, 2021
Tim cook. you know what to do (make an imessage client for windows) https://t.co/RwrcpNDZzo— noah kulwin (@nkulw) June 24, 2021
Lots of people asking - the documented hardware requirements for Windows 11 are here: https://t.co/kpNw7pG9Ze— Nick Craver (@Nick_Craver) June 24, 2021
Note: it looks like Intel 8th+ gen (https://t.co/w8GdecKtWw) and AMD Ryzen 3+ (https://t.co/rugcIvjJ40) are going to be supported. That's only going back ~4 years.
Windows 11 is definitely more than Windows 10.5. Microsoft showed off a solid amount of new features today, and a deeper design overhaul. Looking forward to trying it next week! #MicrosoftEvent https://t.co/zgSJmzsLZi— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 24, 2021
harsh truth from Sascha https://t.co/oaX4xvvwy0— dan seifert (@dcseifert) June 25, 2021
So they’ll have no problem including Slack and other Teams/Office 365 competitive productivity and collaboration tools in Windows 11, right? https://t.co/Qd581hyBYz— Wesley Miller (@getwired) June 25, 2021
i have a feeling that a lot of existing windows 10 computers won't be able to run windows 11 because of the tpm 2.0 requirement https://t.co/y2Z09cKcKX pic.twitter.com/pB8dNk3EnQ— Kat (@transkatgirl) June 24, 2021
Enemy of an enemy is my friend. And if they help kick in some dollars, they are the best friend. To be clear 2021 version of @microsoft is no different than 2001 version of Microsoft or any other version of Microsoft. Just have more controlled outwards expression of arrogance. https://t.co/o1M1zk6prn— OM (@om) June 25, 2021
Satya’s closing Windows 11 remarks were a direct shot on Apple— THE RED DRAGON (@TWTHEREDDRAGON) June 24, 2021
I like that Microsoft is pushing for more openness and inviting competitors to their system. It’s much better then the Microsoft that tried & failed to create a successful closed system https://t.co/8olwIX6qJW
Not surprising re Teams, but as I wrote recently Teams is the core product in their new "collaborative apps" strategy (where the web is the engine). Will have to dig into this news more... the word "integration" has heavy connotations with MS, of course. https://t.co/ofEojrkuqB https://t.co/SzRpam29Gg— Richard MacManus (@ricmac) June 24, 2021
Microsoft allowing third-party payment systems on MS Store for Windows so devs can keep 100% of revenue is awesome! https://t.co/1xjnCIbDP3— Sergiy Galyonkin (@galyonkin) June 24, 2021
Windows 11 system requirements...— Vincent Milum Jr (@DarkainMX) June 24, 2021
* No more 32-bit support.
* REQURIES DX12 GPU !?!?
* REQUIRES UEFI w/ Secure Boot !?!?
* REQUIRES Microsoft Account !?!?
* REQUIRES >9" display ("works on any devices") !?!?
* REQUIRES TPM hardware
TONS of systems wont be compatible. pic.twitter.com/EBwaixjidv
Nadella going hard at how open Windows is to end this thing -- "there is no personal computing without personal agency." Hitting the controversies about app stores and control hard!— nilay patel (@reckless) June 24, 2021
Windows has always stood for sovereignty for creators and agency for consumers, and with Windows 11 we have a renewed sense of Windows’ role in the world. pic.twitter.com/xHldf38B8d— Satya Nadella (@satyanadella) June 24, 2021
The move of the start button to the center is deeper than just some cosmetic change.— Joanna Stern (@JoannaStern) June 24, 2021
I sat down with the king of Microsoft himself, @satyanadella, to hear all about Windows 11 and how he wants to bring Windows back to the center of your digital life. https://t.co/fHEEumUOyF pic.twitter.com/ErUKUhyS71
Thanks to Windows 11, people are scalping TPM2.0 modules as well now.— Shen Ye (@shen) June 25, 2021
$24.90 ➡ $99.90 in just 12 hours pic.twitter.com/9TTHC2c47w
Almost every CPU in the last 5-7 years has a TPM. For Intel its called the "Intel PTT" which you set to enabled. For AMD it would be "AMD PSP fTPM". TPMs have been required for OEM certification since at least 2015 and was announced in 2013: https://t.co/1qwfwKSrdd— DWIZZZLE (@dwizzzleMSFT) June 24, 2021
if Microsoft's Windows 11 upgrade checker is telling you that your PC isn't supported, check your BIOS. You'll need a TPM 2.0 chip and to have Secure Boot enabled in the BIOS pic.twitter.com/fL3s0nTCEJ— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) June 24, 2021
Windows 11 looks good *IF* Microsoft has more consistent design once you navigate away from the first layer of the updated desktop/Start environment. Search looks less useless and that’s nice. Good job, Bill Gate.— Quinn Nelson (@SnazzyQ) June 24, 2021
My New Blog: Security Improvements in Windows 11 https://t.co/6w8jorAoIU— DWIZZZLE (@dwizzzleMSFT) June 25, 2021
Thanks to Intel we can finally see Android apps working natively on Windows https://t.co/3a0RseaRcd— Utsav Techie (@utsavtechie) June 24, 2021
Respect to the rebel graphics artist who photoshopped the logo in https://t.co/5hhy5e1lTJ. A buoy of truth in a sea of lies! pic.twitter.com/TXu0azH2dx— Tim Sweeney (@TimSweeneyEpic) June 24, 2021
#Windows11 Minimum Requirements Revealed: 64-Bit Processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage#MicrosoftEvent #Windowshttps://t.co/70SJAXrTTs pic.twitter.com/yfImU8yBNe— Lowyat.NET (@LowyatNET) June 24, 2021
This is a very bad start to the upgrade story for Windows 11. As the steward of a huge, varied, and complex ecosystem of hardware, it’s incumbent on Microsoft to do MUCH BETTER at communicating with its users.https://t.co/T7OivuV9MQ— Dieter Bohn (@backlon) June 25, 2021
Windows 11 won't work without a TPM - What you need to know https://t.co/JMvnUj7xeP— The Cyber Security Hub™ (@TheCyberSecHub) June 25, 2021
The future of @Windows is coming to Surface with #Windows11 Get the details https://t.co/pWPXKDYL5P— Microsoft Surface (@surface) June 25, 2021
Surface and the future with Windows 11 | Microsoft Devices Blog https://t.co/4XAl9MCVxH— Richard Hay (@WinObs) June 25, 2021
Speaking of Windows 11 upgrades ...— Daniel Rubino (@Daniel_Rubino) June 25, 2021
There is a LOT of confusion. Hard/soft floors, CPUs older than 8th Gen, TPM 1.2 and 2.0 ...
I think a lot of these are "soft" blocks and that doesn't mean you can put Windows 11 on your PC.
Microsoft explained today why TPMs are necessary for Windows 11. My story goes into more detail explaining how the TPM plays into the Windows 11 upgrade process. https://t.co/jY6gyiPwZd— Mark Hachman (@markhachman) June 25, 2021
My New Blog: Security Improvements in Windows 11 https://t.co/6w8jorAoIU— DWIZZZLE (@dwizzzleMSFT) June 25, 2021
Windows 11 raises security baselines with new hardware security requirements built in. Learn how Windows 11 enables security by design from the chip to the cloud: https://t.co/lvDkptvlo7— Microsoft Security Intelligence (@MsftSecIntel) June 25, 2021
New blog: Windows 11 enables security by design from the chip to the cloud @dwizzzleMSFT https://t.co/FLOO2PkUFP— Adam Hall ???? (@adhallmsft) June 25, 2021
Windows 11 enables security by design from the chip to the cloud, by the one and only @dwizzzleMSFT https://t.co/aD6tGYOs9t— Lurie (MSFT) (@LURIE_MSFT) June 25, 2021
Windows 11: A glorified theme pack we can all live with https://t.co/iqri6WzPqB by @jperlow— ZDNet (@ZDNet) June 18, 2021
Windows 11: A glorified theme pack we can all live with https://t.co/ZPoIOBWmgH via @ZDNet & @jperlow— Jason Perlow (@jperlow) June 18, 2021
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