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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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  • Blog Post: Windows SDK Hidden Gems Part 3: TcpAnalyzer.exe and Consume.exe

    I’ve been writing about some of the useful but sometimes overlooked tools in the Windows Software Development Kit for Server 2008 and .NET Framework 3.5 . For this installment, let’s have look at couple of tools that are related in that they are both used for testing. Check out my other ‘hidden gems...
  • Blog Post: Windows SDK Hidden Gems Part 2: XAMLPad

    As the builder of the Windows SDK, I have a vested interest in what is delivered with the SDK. I’m sharing some of the interesting jewels I've found in my series “Windows SDK Hidden Gems.” In my last post I talked about the Windows Installer Verbose Log Analyzer (WiLogUtl.exe). Technologies come and...
  • Blog Post: Windows SDK Hidden Gems: Part 1

    Windows Installer Verbose Log Analyzer (WiLogUtl.exe) I, like many before me, have downloaded the Windows SDK, installed it, and moved on to more pressing problems. Other than digging into header files, I had rarely looked at what else might be included. As the builder of the SDK, I now have a...
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