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08-05-2021 11:17 PM - edited 08-05-2021 11:23 PM
Is this your computer: HP Pavilion 500-223w Desktop PC Product Specifications | HP® Customer Support
It seems to have been released in 2014.
Judging only by its age, I doubt that you will be able to upgrade to Windows 11, because it probably does not have all the necessary prerequisites.
TPM is some extra circuitry inside the CPU.
Access the HP Support web-site, and do a search for the model-number of your computer.
Check the "downloads and device-drivers" section, to see if "TPM 2.0" software is available to download & install.
If you purchased the computer in 2014, the disk-drive is now 7 years old.
If my automobile tires were 7 years old, I would proactively replace them, before having a "blow-out".
If my disk-drive were 7 years old, I would do the same, and maybe upgrade from a "spinning" disk-drive to a SSD, for better performance.
Note that Microsoft will support Windows 10 until Spring 2025. So, you could stay with Windows 10, but my recommendation is to buy a new computer, with Windows 11 preinstalled, sometime in 2022, before your disk-drive gets any older, and more unreliable.
08-06-2021 05:09 PM - edited 08-06-2021 05:09 PM
In addition to what @itsmyname has already told you, you need to know EVERYTHING that your system lacks for Windows 11, not just TPM or what the MS tool tells you.
Here is a link to a third-party tool that will check all the currently known requirements for Windows 11 and tell you what fails on your PC: https://github.com/rcmaehl/WhyNotWin11/releases
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