Yesterday afternoon, Microsoft announced the release of Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 17749. This latest SDK is meant to be used with Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 17749 or greater and comes with the usual bug fixes and under development changes to the API surface area.
As always, it is best to head to the developer section on the Windows Insider Blog to take a look at all the changes to the API Surface area in Windows 10 SDK Preview Build 17749. You also can download by checking here, but keep in mind there are a set of known issues, particularly where the SDK headers are generated with types in the “ABI” namespace.
Other than this new SDK it has been a quiet few days for Windows Insider news. We have yet to see a new Redstone 5 or 19H1 build, but Insiders were treated to new ISOs. We’re halfway through the week now, so there is still hope ahead, and best to keep it locked right here to OnMSFT for all your Windows Insider news and information.