There are still lots of bug reports plaguing work on Microsoft Corp.’s Internet Explorer 10 for Windows 7, but some observers of the company say the Redmond, Wash-based software maker is poised to roll out its final release of the browser.
The Web site ZDNet.com quoted
what is said was a private email from Microsoft officials to a select group of testers which hints that the IE10-Windows 7 build will be the last build that developers will work on before the browser’s public release.
Microsoft has not commented on the report and IE 10 on Windows 7 is still officially in “release Review” status.
The public feedback Web site for IE 10 records a wide variety of bugs indicating that that there may still be a lot of work before a final release is shipped out, according to Computerworld.com.
Leaked: roadmap of Office 15, IE 10 and more
IE 10, which being packaged for Windows 8 and Windows RT. Microsoft will not release an IE10 version for Windows Vista or Windows XP
Read the whole story here