Unlikely. Moisture getting in between the glass panes indicates failed seals. The seals fail because exterior air is allowed to reach the seals to degrade them. My timber windows and doors don't suffer from this. The glass units were sealed on the exterior by linseed putty or silicone. Exterior air never reaches the seals between the glass panes. The 30+ year old double glazing units remain perfectly fine and completely clear of condensation on the inside of the units. This also applies to a cheap unit I bought to do DIY repair on a windows broken by flying rock. The repair was sealed externally using basic B&Q silicone.Condensation between the panes is mostly a cosmetic issue.
Putty grows mouldy but don't degrade like exterior rubber seals on PVC windows. Once the rubber seals degrade from time and UV, the exterior air is then let in to attack the seals between the glass panes.