Microsoft Windows SDK Blog

The Microsoft Windows SDK is a set of tools, code samples, documentation, compilers, headers, and libraries that developers can use to create applications that run on Microsoft Windows operating systems. The Windows SDK combines two formerly separate SDKs
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    February 2003 PSDK and older, ordering and uninstall secrets

    Perhaps you want to install a version of the PSDK that will work with VS6, the last version of the PSDK to work with VS6 was the following version: Microsoft Platform SDK, February 2003 Edition The only way you can get this SDK is by ordering it (for...
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    The Windows SDK June CTP is Live

    I'd like to introduce myself. I'm Abhita Chugh, a summer intern with the Windows SDK team. Prior to this, I spent an amazing year at Stanford University where I'm pursuing my MS in Computer Science. I'm really excited about starting here & am looking...
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    Samples, Samples, Samples

    My name is Barry Butterklee and I'm the Samples PM on the Windows SDK team. With the release of the Windows SDK for Beta2 of Windows Vista and WinFX Runtime Components I wanted to take a moment to give you a quick tour of samples in the SDK. As the...
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    Windows SDK June CTP is Partially Live

    This is one of those good news/bad news sorts of posts. First the good news. The Windows SDK June CTP is available for download from the download center. This is a full download of the SDK, at about 1.12 GB of size, and contains all content...
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    See us at TechEd

    This week we have three of us at TechEd: Tom Archer, the Tools Program Manager; Jason Sacks, the Setup and Tools PM; and Derek Newkirk, one of our key test team members. We'll be hanging out at the MSDN booth. Please stop by and give us your feedback...
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