A new SDK for the Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 19041 and higher is now available. It contains bug fixes and API Updates.
Microsoft has released a new Software Development Kit (SDK) to match the Windows 10 Preview Build in Version 19041 and higher. The SDK Build 19041 contains bug fixes and changes to the API surface structure, in comparison to the last SDK Build, there were no major Changes. This SDK will be published as usual in the Slow Ring, and is considered to be stable. The latest Preview Build of Windows 10 (20H2) already carries the version number is 19536, and has been published in the Fast Ring, the active development branch.
The SDK requires the previous Installation of Visual Studio in 2017 or 2019. Developers using this SDK, can deliver on the Microsoft App Store still Apps that are built for Windows 10 Build in 1903 or earlier. Feedback, Updates, and known issues is developer Forum.
Breaking Changes in the Windows 10 Preview-SDK-Build 19041
To the Breaking Changes, the distance of two Libraries from the SDK (api-ms-win-net-isolation-l1-1-0 is highlighted.lib and irprops.lib). Applications so far, the irprops.lib were involved, as a replacement, the library bthprops.lib require. The ENUM tags verse election is from the WUAPICommon.H to wuapi.h moved the Header has been removed. Developers who want to use the ENUM tags verse election to use, now need to wuapi.h or wuapi.idl in your project.
Already in the last versions of the SDK changes to the Message Compiler (mc.exe) and Windows Trace Prepossessor (tracewpp.exe) were around the identification of Unicode, and to Avoid ODR (one-definition-rule) introduced.
Service information from Microsoft
The full Release Notes are in the Original blog post on the Windows blog. The SDK can be downloaded from the download area at Microsoft, Visual Studio 2019, directly from the Visual Studio sites. With the Installation of official Windows Builds or the Windows 10 Insider Preview Builds of this Build of the SDK is already included. Developers who want to install the SDK via a script, can rely on the ISO file. All information on the Windows Insider program interested parties can find on the Microsoft pages.the