I agree with BustedKnuckles. The engineers who designed the car accounted for this situation. I’ve never had a problem with the electric windows in the 25 years I have owned cars so equipped. On the other hand, I have had window cranks break on manual windows. Fortunately, there was a HELP section of parts like this in auto parts stores where I could get a replacement crank that would open and close the window. However, these cranks never matched the original equipment.
The only car I ever saw that had problems with the power windows was on a 1948 Buick convertible that my widowed aunt owned. In those days, the windows were hydraulically operated. A seal started leaking and when you rolled the window up, it would gradually lower itself. She was visiting us when it happened and my dad took the car to the dealership where he traded. When the car was ready, my brother and I picked the Buick up and on the way back home, gave the Buick some much needed exercise (I was in high school at the time and my aunt never drove it faster than 50 mph). At any rate, the window worked well and my aunt called the garage to thank them for their fast service and also commented that they must have done some work on the engine because it had more pep and ran smoother and hadn’t been charged for the engine adjustment. The next time I was at the servicde department, the service manager gave me hell for hot-rodding that Buick.