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Some motherboards such as ASUS boards may have a socket for TPM module.
However, you use i5-4660 CPU, which is not new enough to meet the Win 11 requirement.
Think about changing PC or just stick with Win 10 for a few more years.
You can use Win 10 at least until 2025 with Microsoft support, and probably a few more years when programs and bowsers stop supporting it.
If you insist on being eco-friendly, maybe you can switch to Linux by that time, as some Linux versions are more old PC friendly.
Technologies advance everyday. If you do not make advancement, then the competitors will over take. It is that simple.
Money keep flowing in to fund the research and developments, and then another wave of new products come out and welcomed by most people.
As a non-gamer, I begin to feel my new PCs begin to show the signs of overkill. I am slow to initiate the commands, and the PC just get it done almost immediately and waiting for my next command.
AMD came out with 128 bit CPU last decade or so. It was just too advanced by that time, so it did not get a warm welcome.
Don't know why you said it is hard to find RJ45 socket. Just got an entry level new model laptop (A515-46-R14K) half year ago and it got the RJ45.
The laptop is so slim that the RJ45 port has to be plugged in by lowering a latch first, otherwise the RJ45 plug cannot be inserted.
What is that deal for 17" Acer laptop? My relative needs to get one.
Thanks for the info. Other than a weak web cam (can easily be upgraded) and just don't know whether it has backlit keyboard, it will be perfect for him.
I'll let him know about this laptop.