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How to check if your computer have a TPM chip

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How to detect a TPM chip using PowerShell Microsoft have stated that a TPM chip will be a hardware requirement for running Windows 11 . To help you detect if your computer is compliant with that I would like to share a script for just that. Be aware that not just your computer need a TPM chip. It also has to be a version 2.0 chip. Get-Tpm command can help you detect if you have a TPM chip in your computer. In order to detect of your computers TPM chip is version 2.0 you can run the following command: Get-WMIObject -computer localhost -class Win32_Tpm -Namespace root\cimv2\Security\MicrosoftTpm  | select PsComputerName,SpecVersion,manufacturerVersion,manufactureridtxt | fl If the first command state that TPMPresent is False, you might want to check if it is because the chip has just been disabled in BIOS/UEFI. That was the case on my computer. Check the manual of your motherboard. It might not be called TPM in your BIOS/UEFI settings. Here is an example:  

How to Install Windows Terminal on Windows Server 2022

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Recently I wrote a post about Windows Terminal . At that point it was only possible to install the app on windows 10. That was until i visit the blog of Thomas Maurer. Thomas is a Senior Cloud Advocate at Microsoft and have a great blog you should check out. Here you can learn how to install it on Windows Server 2022.

Windows Terminal for Windows 10

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Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to use tabs in PowerShell and command prompt in stead of having 100 small console windows open? Do you also feel that it would be nice to customize your favorite console in more ways that it is today? Well it is actually possible with Windows Terminal for Windows 10. I have written an article about it over at TechThatWorks. Go ahead and check it out .

How to use PowerShell Speech Commands

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 As I mention earlier on , here on this blog, I recently came across an interesting blogpost about PowerShell being able to read text using Speech cmd-lets.

Powershell text to speech

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I just came across this great post the other day about PowerShell text to Speech cmdlets. I was not even aware that it was possible to make PowerShell read up text for you. Check it out using the link below. https://thesysadminchannel.com/powershell-text-to-speech-how-to-guide

Welcome to my PowerShell-Works blog

Welcome to my PowerShell-Works blog On this blog I will share some of my greatest resources for PowerShell scripting. With PowerShell you can do almost everything on a Windows device. Here is a little to get you startet. PowerShell Documentation - PowerShell | Microsoft Docs PowerShell Team | Automating the world one-liner at a time… (microsoft.com) How to get AD Password Age with PowerShell How to collect System Information using PowerShell How to move Hyper-v Storage location using Powershell How to use PowerShell Speech commands You can also check out my main blog TechThatWorks

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