Personally, I think that unless someone is an 'early adopter' by nature, it's always best to wait until the bugs have been removed from any new operation system
As Microsoft can't test every system, or combination of hardware, software, and hybrid peculiarities like Stalkersoup, they'll leave it to the early adopters for feedback and continue developing the OS until it's eventually as mature as Windows 10 has finally become (and which will be supported until 2025)
So unless you're desperate for a new feature of Windows 11 that can't be obtained any other way, and bearing in mind that Windows 11 isn't officially complete anyway, I'd suggest giving it a year or more to settle before clicking on the 'Update' button, so that any potential problems can be fixed through other people's experience - especially as you'll only have 10 days to revert back to Windows 10...
If you're concerned about your PC updating automatically, a simple but comprehensive program like 'WinAero Tweaker' will stop this dead
In the meantime, until an update has been tested thoroughly in the wild, it's better to stick with the devil you know...
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