You can enable TPM in what we used to call the BIOS menu. Get into that on startup and you should be able to enable it there.I checked it on my Surface Book 1706 and i can't run Windows 11! THough i think the Surface Book has a much better system than required do we have to enable TMP? Where can this be done?
I think the native Windows 11 will run on ARM. Watch the release video carefully - the Surface used for the tablet portion of the demo was a Pro X.I'm quite excited to see the advent of a new version of Windows, although marginally cautious, as traditionally we don't get three top notch versions in a row! Does anyone know whether there will be a version of Windows 11 native to ARM, and whether this might include solutions to some of the frustrating compatibility issues that we on the bleeding edge have had to deal with (SPX - I'm looking at you!)?
I am running Windows 11 Dev version OS Build 21996.1on a Surface Book 2, Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-8650U CPU @ 1.90GHz 2.11 GHz, 16.0 GB RAM.... No problem here ...I have a Surface Pro 6 with with I7, 16 GB Ram and it says I can't run Windows 11!! How does that make any sense?
SB1 has 6th Gen Intel Core i5 or i7 CPU. It would definitely run the Insider build available now. We won't know what the Release Version will do until later. I'd guess MS will cave and at least allow people to run it with perhaps a big ominous warning screen upon install you'll have to OK (and possibly sign over your firstborn /S).Here my Surface Book 1 Result