Microsoft is expected to compile Windows 8 within the next 12 days, a source who has access to private Windows 8 builds revealed.
"Microsoft is planning to complete the testing and voting of the next major public release of Windows 8. The Release Preview is expected to be compiled in 12 days, according to the post," posted a user who goes by the name Canouna on WinUnleaked Forums.
The Windows 8 Release Preview is expected to launch as a "feature-complete" build, meaning that what you see in the Release Preview will more or less be the same in the RTM.
The Release Preview is expected to launch sometime in the first week of June this year.
In other Microsoft news, Microsoft Advertising has announced the 2012 update to the adCenter Terms and Conditions.
"An adCenter prepay option will be available --no word, yet, on exactly when but pilots will begin in some of the smaller markets this summer. . When prepay payment is available in your billing country, the updated Terms and Conditions will apply. So, its business as usual until that option becomes available in your billing country," wrote Ricky Poole.
"By the way, you don't need to do anything to accept these updated Terms and Conditions. By continuing to use adCenter, you agree to these updated Terms and Conditions."
To view the updated Terms, sign in to your adCenter account and click the Legal link at the bottom of any page.