Microsoft has already begun rolling out Windows 11, the latest upgrade to the popular operating system (OS), across the world. While Microsoft is officially launching Windows 11-powered hardware, along with the consumer versions of its latest Microsoft 365 and Office 2021 suits, the much-coveted iteration of the operating system came a few hours early. This means that a few users may have the option to start upgrading to Windows 11 right now. However, for the majority of users across the globe, the Windows 11 rollout will be gradual. Microsoft told The Verge earlier that all eligible Windows 10 devices should be able to receive the Windows 11 update by mid-2022 but new hardware (recently-purchased computers) may be able to receive the update immediately.