MS is at it again. The "it" is deceptive advertising regarding the upgrade from W10 to W11.
The upper picture is the upgrade screen as it appears on the W10 screen, a
"full-screen Windows 11 ad offering to upgrade to the latest operating system. And in typical Microsoft fashion, available options are as head-scratching as it gets: two buttons, and both mean "I agree." - Taras Buria, Neowin
The blue and white buttons (red arrows) both mean to "upgrade". The yellow arrow points to the microscopic text in the silver bar rejecting the upgrade to W11.
This aggressive and misleading push to W11 just happens to have coincided with MS ceasing the sale of W10 on January thirty first (Link). Support for W10 will continue until 2025, so one does not have to do an immediate upgrade, in any case.
"Luckily, Microsoft has yet to start automatic upgrades to Windows 11, so the chances of you getting the new operating system out of the blue are slim. However, it is safe to say that Microsoft will only increase the pressure on users in attempts to make Windows 11 more popular." - Taras Buria, Neowin
Have a good rest of the week.
My thanks to Hankers who brought this to my attention.