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Windows 10 IoT Core future use with TPM 2.0 to be used

via:博客园     time:2017/4/6 12:30:20     readed:1177

Earlier today, Microsoft released the Windows 10 for the early adopters of the PC platform, "the creator of the update" and the "minimum hardware requirements" has also been a number of changes. Although the 2.0 version of the Trusted Platform Module is still an optional feature, it may become a requirement when Redstone 3 is updated in November (for PC, tablet, mobile, and other platforms). TPM is a chip dedicated to encryption (such as generating encryption keys), in addition to such as Windows 10 BitLocker and other security encryption measures.

In addition, there is a slight change in the hardware requirements for IoT Core, such as the 5.5 section has been completely refreshed, which referred to the operating system to support an optional graphics processor.

Finally, Windows Phone will no longer support any new processors, including Qualcomm Xiao Long 821/835, or even do not support LTE (dual-core ARM Cortex-A7) Xiao Long 208 chip.

Compiled from:Neowin

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