The Official release of Windows 11 is around the corner, and several users wish to upgrade to this new Operating System. If you are also planning to upgrade to the latest operating system, then you need to enable TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot in BIOS. 

One of the essential system requirements to install Windows 11 is TPM (Trusted Platform Module) version 2.0 and Secure Boot. As per Microsoft, for an active security environment and protection from threats like malware, ransomware, and other attacks, TPM 2.0 and secure boot is necessary. Anyway, in this article, we will teach you how to enable TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot on your system to install Windows 11. Let’s have a look

Enable TPM 2.0 in BIOS:

Before enabling TPM 2.0, you need to check this TPM 2.0 is available on your Windows 10 PC. To check that, you need to type tpm.msc in the search box and open the relevant search result. Then under the TPM manufacturer information section, you can find the TPM 2.0 is available or not. 

If yes, then you can enable the TPM 2.0 in your PC to install Windows 11.

Steps to Enable TPM 2.0: 

  • Firstly, launch the Settings and select Update & Security category.
  • Then from the left pane menu, click on Recovery, and click on Restart now button (from the right side of the screen) under the Advanced startup section.
  • In the newly opened window, select Troubleshoot option and click on Advanced options.
  • Now click on UEFI Firmware Settings.
  • Further click on the Restart button.
  • Then depending on your motherboard, click on the advanced, security, or boot settings page.
  • There from the screen, select and switch to Enabled TPM 2.0.

If your system does not have TPM 2.0, you need to purchase a module to get support. You can purchase the module from any trusted site or a nearby outlet.

Enable Secure Boot in BIOS:

Here also, before enabling Secure Boot, you need to verify the Secure Boot is available on your PC. To check that, you need to open the System Information window->System summery->Turn on Secure Boot State option from the left menu. 

Once the Secure Boot State is enabled, you can now enable Secure Boot in BIOS.

Steps to Enable Secure Boot:

  • Firstly, launch the Settings and select Update & Security category. 
  • Then from the left pane menu, click on Recovery, and click on Restart now button (from the right side of the screen) under the Advanced startup section.
  • In the newly opened window, select Troubleshoot option and click on Advanced options.
  • Now click on UEFI Firmware Settings.
  • Further click on the Restart button.
  • Then depending on your motherboard, click on the advanced, security, or boot settings page.
  • Finally, select and Enable the Secure Boot option from the screen. 

Once you completed all the above steps to enable the TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot option, your system will pass the hardware verification process, and you can install Windows 11 quickly. 

This is how you can enable both the TPM 2.0 and Secure Boot feature in your Windows 10 to upgrade to the latest Operating System. We hope the above information seems helpful for you. If you have any queries or doubt after reading this article, please leave a comment in the below comment box.