Forcing TPM now assigns an incredible amount of hardware to the scrapheap at a time where we are supposed to be more responsible. I myself still use an Ivy Bridge 3770k as my main development machine as its been so stable. I use 4 4TB SSDs and 1 512GB SSD, 32GB of DDR3 and a 3080. Most of my clients have Intel gen 4-7 PCs although laptops tend to be more recent gen 7+. These are businesses using between 5 and 25 PCs who will feel a need to update, because 11 is greater than 10, meaning new hardware and OS/Office software due to OEM versions. Microsoft have already announced that Direct IO and Auto HDR are not comming to Windows 10. I doubt they will add Android support to Windows 10 as this is a good reason for upgrading.