How to Check TPM Version in Windows 10/Windows 11

Windows 11 is Microsoft's latest desktop operating system. You can install or upgrade your computer to Windows 11 through Windows Update, but there is a minimum requirement.

Windows 11 Requires Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Version 2.0

In Windows 10, we can check the TPM version by running the tpm.msc command.

Press the Windows key + R to open the Run dialog box. In the Run dialog box, enter tpm.msc, and click OK.

tpm-msc command

Trusted Platform Module (TPM) Console appears, as shown in the following screenshot:

check tpm version

If TPM is enabled, it will show information about your computer's TPM. In the TPM Manufacturer Information section, you will see the TPM version.

tpm 2.0 check
TPM 2.0

Looking at the above screenshot, we can tell this Windows PC has TPM version 2.0.

If TPM is not enabled, you will see the following message: Compatible Trusted Platform (TPM) Module cannot be found on this computer.

Compatible Trusted Platform Module cannot be found on this computer

Even if your computer supports TPM, it is possible that this option is disabled in BIOS/UEFI.

If that is the case, you will have to enter the BIOS setup to enable TPM. Depending on the CPU you have on your PC, this setting is called PTT, Intel PTT, or AMD fTPM.

Note that you need administrative privileges to check the TPM version. Also, you can run the tpm.msc command at the Windows command prompt (CMD).