Reply to post: Re: A TPM os good on Chrome, and bad in Windows?

Samsung's Chromebook Pro: Overpriced vanilla PC with a stylus. 'Wow'

Paul Crawford Silver badge

Re: A TPM os good on Chrome, and bad in Windows?

Is a very good point.

The real answer, of course, is secure/TPM boot is good when you have the ultimate control over its use, and not what the OEM has decided you should get. However, I don't know what this Samsung laptop is like to actually answer that. My old Acer Chromebook allowed you to disable it so I could boot Ubuntu, etc, if I wanted.

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