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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: Order Windows SDK/PSDK on Disk

    The Windows SDK team has a new vendor, Paragon Media, who supplies DVDs of previously released Windows SDKs and Platform SDKs. Currently, Paragon is making the Windows SDK for Windows Server and .NET Framework 3.5 and the Windows SDK Update for Windows Vista and .NET Framework 3.0 available at http:...
  • Blog Post: How to: find the right Windows SDK for your needs

    Several versions of the Windows SDK and earlier Platform SDKs (PSDK) are available.  Generally, developers should use the most recent Windows SDK, which supports several Windows operating systems.  However, some developers have development requirements that call for an earlier SDK.  When...
  • Blog Post: Announcing: The Windows SDK Developer Center

    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...
  • Blog Post: What SDK should I use to develop on/for XP or Server 2003?

    Don’t let the name fool you. The latest Windows SDK for developing on Windows XP or Windows Server 2003 is the Microsoft Windows Software Development Kit Update for Windows Vista , released in March, 2007. Read more about it in this Windows SDK Team blog post or download it from the links below. The...
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