Windows 10 Fall Creators SDK leak comes with new Fluent Design APIs
Everybody is anxiously waiting for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to be released on the 17th of October, a moment Microsoft has long prepared for.
The RTM build has already reached Windows Insiders
The company previously released the final/RTM build of the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update to Windows Insiders. Microsoft is now busy preparing the final patches for the long-awaited update.
The tech giant also launched a few previews for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK during these past few months, but now everyone is expecting for it to roll out the final SDK in the near future.
You can now use the leaked SDK
The well-known Microsoft leaker and watcher WalkingCat recently received the download link pointing towards the SDK for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update from Microsoft’s servers.
You are now able to use the leaked SDK to build apps for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and you can submit updates to your app after Microsoft opens up submissions later this month.
Microsoft will probably release the official SDK for the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update soon, which is why it’s best if you sit tight and wait for that one instead of using the leaked SDK.
Fall Creators Update brings many different APIs and improvements to existing ones
The update will come with many new Fluent Design APIs to allow users to make their apps look more beautiful than before.
If you have run out of patience and don’t want to wait until the official release, you can download the leaked Windows 10 Fall Creators Update SDK.
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