How to Enable TPM 2.0 in Dell Motherboard

Using Secure Boot, the boot process can be shielded from threats posed by malicious software like malware and ransomware.

Because it is dependent on the computer’s firmware, Secure Boot can only be used when the BIOS is in UEFI mode.

– To access Windows, either click the Windows Button in the lower left corner of the screen or press the Windows Key on your keyboard.

– Just enter msinfo32 into the search bar. – Simply hit the Enter key.

When you click the link for “System Information,” choose “System Summary

– Search for BIOS Mode and Secure Boot State over on the right hand side of this window.

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