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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 Configuration Tool May Report an Error When OS Display Format is not English

    This post describes a problem with the Windows SDK Configuration Tool, which is used to set the version of Windows SDK headers, libraries and tools you wish to build with in the Visual Studio or Windows SDK build environments. Issue: When you launch the Windows SDK Configuration Tool on a system which...
  • Blog Post: The Windows SDK Update for Windows Vista is live

    Update: A more recent Windows SDK is now available. Find out more here . You can always find the most recent SDK on the MSDN Windows SDK Developer Center . On behalf of the Windows SDK team I am excited to announce the Microsoft® Windows® Software Development Kit Update for Windows Vista™ and .NET...
  • Blog Post: Windows SDK for Windows Vista is live

    It is with great pleasure that I announce that the Windows SDK for Windows Vista has been released to web. Update: A more recent Windows SDK is now available. Find out more here . You can always find the most recent SDK on the MSDN Windows SDK Developer Center . The Web Install: http://www.microsoft...
  • Blog Post: Vista Bridge Sample Library Discussion

    I've just posted the first in what I hope will be a long series of blog posts providing sneak previews of and updates to the Vista Bridge sample library that ships with the Windows SDK. Vista Bridge is a collection of samples that provide a way for managed code developers to access many of the new Vista...
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