Microsoft is getting closer to delivering the final version of its Internet Explorer 10 browser for Windows 7.
In a recent private e-mail message to select testers, Microsoft officials said a recently delivered private test build will be the "last pre-RTW (release to Web/final) build of the browser that will be made available through Connect.".
"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 note added.
The newest build was made available to select testers via Connect, its product feedback/testing site, according to my contacts.
I asked Microsoft officials if this build or any subsequent test builds of IE10 for Windows 7 would be released to the public and was told the company had "nothing more to share at this time."