Exactly, you don't, but fTPM has been required for me to install Windows 11, that's why I enabled it. And why would I bother to disable it afterwards? It literally hasn't affected me in any way. These issues only started propping up recently, not when I installed Windows 11, and now I can't be arsed to disable it and risk some garbage happening when an alleged ""fix"" for these issues will be released.
I've been an insider since October 2014, but I'm in the Beta channel - Dev channel is not my area of responsibility - otherwise I would have reported it... before AMD acknowledged it saying they'll come up with a fix themselves. Now I'm certain this is on them, seeing as this is not a Windows 11 isolated issue, happens on 10 too. We'll see if this ends up being the case.
You're being really contradictory and i don't think you're aware of it.
It's AMD being garbage, it's a non issue, everythings fine except that AMD is bad - and its an easy fix except the fix will be garbage and break things based on anti-AMD sentiment.
AMD had to release a BIOS update with a new AGESA defaults fTPM and secureboot to enabled. THAT is what triggered the issue - whether you noticed it immediately or not. Some people get one stutter a day, others every few minutes - depending on what software they have running.
I have secureboot removed requirements from my 11 installer, but leave fTPM enabled in my BIOS and I've had zero issues with 10 and 11 on my three ryzen systems.
The fix is an update to the BIOS/AGESA code that controls fTPM. It's not software on that side so fantasies about how it's going to break everything are a bit much - it's a firwmare update. So scary.
Disable fTPM, or wait patiently. Short term and long term solution is publicly known so don't be an anti AMD troll in the meantime.