Developers can now offically download Windows 10 SDK build 15063

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A few weeks ago, Microsoft released Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview build 15052, bringing no API changes but bug fixes and “under development changes to the API Surface area.” While the much newer Windows 10 SDK build 15063 had previously leaked via a download link, Windows developers can now finally officially download the latest Windows 10 SDK build 15063 in a much more official matter (via

Microsoft has yet to make an official announcement about the availability of the Windows 10 SDK build 15063, but a visit to this web page reveals that it, and Mobile Emulator Insider Preview Build 15063, are both available for developers to download. Changelogs are also not yet available, but the availability comes after Microsoft officially released the ISO files for the standard PC version of the very same build, likely meaning that this could be the final version of the SDK.

The Creators Update is set for an April 11th rollout to PCs, but Microsoft is still officially calling this latest SDK a pre-release. The company also recommends that this release should only be installed on test machines since it is not supported in a production environment. The Windows 10 Creators Update SDK is somewhat different from standard Windows 10, since it provides the latest headers, libraries, metadata and tools for developers to build their Windows 10 apps.