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Microsoft's update servers are rolling out the Windows 11 upgrade to an increasing number of PCs. Before you say yes, though, consider what can go wrong.
After a Windows 11 upgrade, you have 10 days to roll back to the previous Windows 10 installation. If that deadline seems uncomfortably short, you can use a built-in Windows tool to extend it to as much as 60 days.