Microsoft has just released a new Windows 10 Mobile emulator for developers along with the new SDK for Windows 10 development. The company has released Build 10563 which should contain some new features and a lot of bug fixes. Alongside the new emulator, Microsoft has also updated the SDK for Windows 10 — here’s what’s new for the SDK:
- Corrected the signing of the Microsoft General MIDI DLS for Universal Windows Apps Extension SDK
- Corrected the “No .natvis files found” error when you run Debugging Tools For Windows (WinDbg)” issue with WinDbg. See https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3091112 for more details.
- Corrected the Windows Performance Analyzer crashes when ResidentSet graph is used
- Corrected problem that prevented trace capture on pre-Windows 8 OS releases using xperf.exe and wpr.exe.
- Corrected Windows Performance Analyzer crash when trying to modify the symbols inclusion/exclusion list in the Load Settings tab of the Configure Symbols dialog.
- Improved Intellisense documentation for a large number of APIs.
If you are a developer and want to try out the latest SDK, you can download the tools here. We’ll have a hands-on video of build 10563 soon, so stay tuned for that, too.