As promised earlier today, Microsoft has now released Windows 10 SDK and Developer tools so Windows developers can now utilize these tools to create their apps for the newly released Windows 10 platform.
The free Visual Studio Community 2015 client already includes the Windows 10 developer tools, so you’ll be able to get started immediately and utilize features like universal app templates, a code editor, a powerful debugger, Windows Mobile emulators, rich language support, and more, all ready to use in production. Also includes the Windows Standalone SDK and mobile emulators.
If you are using a different development environment than Visual Studio 2015, you can download a standalone Windows SDK for Windows 10 installer. Note that you don’t need to install this SDK if you’re using Visual Studio 2015 – it’s already included. If you don’t have Visual Studio yet or you’d like to find out more about it, I’ve included this link as well.
Windows Standalone for Windows 10 (NOTE: this downloads a .exe file)