The Windows 10 Creators Update (build 15063, aka Version 1703) is now available along with a new Windows 10 SDK release. The Windows 10 Creators Update SDK (10.0.15063) can be installed via VS 2017 (15.1) or as a standalone installer. This includes DirectXMath 3.10 and updated versions of Direct3D 12, DXGI 1.6, Direct3D 11.4 Direct2D, and DirectWrite.
Visual Studio 2017 (15.1/15.2 Updates)
You can install the new Windows 10 SDK by installing the latest VS 2017 update (15.1, 15.2, or later). The new Windows 10 SDK (15063) is actually three distinct components:
The Windows 10 Creators Update SDK resolves a number of conformance errors in Windows system headers enabling the use of the
VS 2015 Users: The Windows 10 SDK (15063) is officially only supported for VS 2017.
FXC: With the Windows 10 SDK (15063), the FXC compiler and the
D3DCompiler_47.DLL were made side-by-side. From the Developer Command Prompt for VS 2017, using FXC will use the Windows 10 Anniversary Update (14393) version. You need to explicitly select the side-by-side version if you want to use a newer one from the command-line: