I find this a bit odd. Windows 10 supports Bitlocker encryption on Windows 10 Pro or higher. I recently picked up a Surface 3, 4GB/128GB model & it came with Windows 10 Home edition. I checked and there is a TPM 2.0 module installed, and Bitlocker is enabled by default. Very nice. I’m happy to see this as data security is important to me. These Surface devices are handy and quality is top notch for sure.
Follow the steps mentioned below on how to check compatibility for Windows 10 in Get Windows 10 app:
Step 1: Right-click the Get Windows 10 icon (on the right side of the taskbar) and then click “Check your upgrade status.”
Step 2: In the Get Windows 10 app, click the hamburger menu, which looks like a stack of three lines (labeled 1 in the screenshot below) and then click “Check your PC” (2).
Step 3: See the list of potential compatibility issues. The list includes separate categories for devices and apps.
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Microsoft says more than 14 million devices downloaded Windows 10 in the first day of its release