It is reported that Microsoft will launch the Release Candidate version of Windows 8 to the general public sometime in late May or early June, ahead of its final shipping version.
The Windows 8 Consumer Preview version has been out for almost a month now but Microsoft is still busy working on the OS in preparation for its next phase, the Release Candidate version.
According to sources, the Release Candidate version of Windows 8 will be launched by Microsoft sometime in late May or early June which seem to be consistent with the news that Microsoft will launch the final version of Windows 8, for both the x86 and ARM processors, sometime in October.
The Release Candidate version of Windows 8 is said to have some UI changes: From the UI side, some light changement for the Charm bar, Language input menu, Internet Explorer 10 (Desktop version), a bunch of color set, ect…
It is also said that the Customer Experience Improvement Program feature that allows Windows 8 users to send their opinions about the OS to Microsoft is actually disabled by default.