Windows SDK

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Windows SDK

(1) A set of development utilities and programming interfaces from Microsoft for writing Windows applications in languages such as C or C++. The SDK also provides tools for creating custom cursors, icons, menus and online help.

(2) A set of programming interfaces from third parties that Windows applications link to. There are countless extensions to Windows that add functionality.
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