Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 Final Version Is Almost Here

Microsoft is getting ready to debut the final version of the browser

By on January 19th, 2013 05:33 GMT

Microsoft is making the final adjustments to Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7 before releasing it to the public in just a few weeks.

Mary Jo Foley of ZDNet writes that Microsoft is now informing a number of testers that a private test build of the browser would be the “last pre-RTW (release to Web/final) build of the browser that will be made available through Connect,” so they’re all urged to send the feedback as soon as possible.

“While there is still no RTW date to announce at this time, please make sure you are filing prompt feedback if any issues are found,” the private email adds.

While Microsoft still chooses not to talk on the subject, IE10 for Windows 7 may arrive either at the end of the month, when the company is also expected to release Office 2013 and the Surface Pro, or together with the Patch Tuesday updates to be launched in February.
A preview version of the browser is already available for download
   A preview version of the browser is already available for download
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