Microsoft today released Windows 10 SDK build 17120, which is meant this time for developers to use with any supported consumer-facing Windows 10 builds. Again, this is yet another minor release, coming with just a few big fixes and API updates. You can check out all the full changes (including the technical details on the API updates) by visiting the Windows Developer blog.
Windows 10 developers can find this latest SDK by heading to the Windows Insider website, though it should be noted that only Visual Studio 2017 will support this build. As with all preview builds, Microsoft is looking for feedback and reminds developers to head to the developer forum to share any issues with the SDK. Developers can also free head to the Windows Platform UserVoice to share requests for new features.
In other Windows Insider news, Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider build 17127 for consumers enrolled in the Fast Ring. This build packs some improvements for Cortana and plenty of other fixes. It shaped up to be a good day to be a Windows Insider, so happy downloading!Further reading: build 17120, Microsoft, SDK, Windows 10