Today we launched the Windows SDK MSDN Developer Center. This site is intended as a one-stop place to provide information to help you determine which version of the Windows SDK is most appropriate for your use, and to get information on how you can maximize your experience with the Windows SDK.

Some other useful things you’ll find on the site:

  • Useful information for how you can use the SDK.
  • Links to appropriate Windows or Platform SDK downloads.
  • Links to useful downloads to content that is associated with the SDK such as Windows PowerShell and the Debugging Tools for Windows.
  • Links and views into community content.
  • Online Release Notes that are refreshed as new issues come up.
  • Link to the SDK’s Privacy Statement.
  • Links to related Developer Centers.
  • Links to support information.

We’re pretty darn excited to get this site live, but of course it’s only a first take on the project. We have a good amount of additional content we’re planning on adding to the site over the next few months, including a matrix to help determine which SDK release is the right one for you. Please help us by sending feedback on the site. You can add a comment below or use one of the mailto links on the site.