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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    The Windows SDK Side by Side story

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    Beginning with our next public pre-release of the Windows SDK for Windows Server 2008, the Windows SDK will begin installing on a Side by Side basis. What does that mean for you? Right now, not very much. But by the time the next versions of Visual Studio...
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    What is .NET 3.5?

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    This is a question we get quite frequently and so we thought we'd share a couple of blog posts by Microsoft Evangelist Daniel Moth. In the following post, Daniel hghlights what is new to .NET 3.5 (with links to further information about several new...
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    New Windows SDK for Vista in Japanese Available!

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    My name is Sandra Aldana and I have been the International Project Manager for this project for the last few months. On behalf of the Windows SDK team and the International Developer Division at Microsoft, I am pleased to announce that Windows SDK for...
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