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First Windows 10 19H1 SDK preview now available for developers

Microsoft today launched its first SDK preview build for the next major Windows 10 update, currently codenamed 19H1. Coming in at build 18272, today's release matches up with the latest Fast ring Insider build released last week.

As for new features, there's nothing new to report here yet. So far, the release notes only cover various general bug fixes and changes to the API surface area. If you're a developer, however, you can get a start on developing for 19H1 by installing the 18272 SDK preview from the Windows Insider site (opens in new tab). The build 18272 SDK can be installed alongside previous SDK releases in Visual Studio 2017 and later.

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