MSI has begun rolling out a new AMD chipset driver version 22.214.171.1246. The new driver, among many other things, fixes a hardware DRIPS issue related to Virtualization-based Security (VBS).
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Windows 11 requirements can be checked using the PC Health Check app that Microsoft released. However, it seems the app is misidentifying a hyper-threaded Pentium 4 as a CPU officially supported.
After explaining why features like TPM 2.0, VBS, Secure Boot, among other things, are so important for user security on Windows 11, Microsoft also demoed mock hacker attacks on such vulnerable PCs.
Microsoft's David Weston has explained why some of the security-related features in Windows 11, like Virtualization-based Security, TPM 2.0, and more, are so crucial for the OS for now and beyond.
According to a report from 3DMark creator UL Benchmarks, Microsoft's VBS feature can incur a noticeable performance hit on Windows 11 PCs. Testing shows varying results between Beta and Dev builds.