[Date updated: 2021/11/19(Fri) 02:43:10]
 The hell is tpm
 Trusted Platform Module - a cryptoprocessing chip that all newer PCs 
   have (though not necessarily enabled depending on your setup). In 
   theory it's for "improving security", but really it just means that 
   your machine is way more identifiable (you can be B& from software and 
   services regardless of your IP or account), and DRM will get way worse 
   and harder to crack/bypass (;´Д`)
   TPM has been around for years, but TPM 2.0 is now a hardware require-
   ment for Windows 11 (there are supposedly ways around it, but who knows 
   how long those methods will work for)