Windows 10 Creators Update SDK Preview Build 15052 has been released by Microsoft on March 14, 2017. With this SDK Preview Build 15052, some of the known bugs are being fixed but there are no changes in API surface area happened since build 15021. API changes are under development yet and hopefully these will be released soon. This new SDK Preview Build 15052 is to be used with the aggregation with Windows 10 Insider Preview.
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Click here to download SDK Preview Build 15052.
Microsoft invites Windows 10 users to Windows Platform UserVoice in order to make the request for new features which are currently lacking.
Known Issues For Windows SDK Preview Build 15052
• DX12 Template Throws when running Build 15042: This is a known bug in the Windows SDK installer. If you encounter this issue, you can repair the SDK by simply running the following command from an Administrative command prompt: C:\program files (x86)\windows kits\10\bin\10.0.15042.0\x86\DismFoDInstall.cmd
What’s New in SDK Preview Build 15052
• No API changes have occurred since build 15021.
• Windows SDK setup name change: With this release of the Windows SDK the setup executable name changed. If you have scripts designed to install the previous SDK, you will need to update the path to use the new name: WinSDKSetup.exe
• The Windows SDK will now formally only be supported by Visual Studio 2017 and greater. You can download the Visual Studio 2017 here.