Schedule Custom Reports for your Driver Failure Details

Using APIs to pull your driver failure details just got a lot easier. We are super excited to announce a new asynchronous API suite that will allow you to schedule custom reports for your driver failure data. You no longer need to make thousands of API calls every day to get this data. All you…

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Accepting Windows 10, version 1809 and Windows Server 2019 submissions

The Windows Hardware Lab Kit (HLK) has been updated to support Windows 10, version 1809 and Windows Server 2019. You may download the 1809 version of the HLK from the Hardware Dev Center and begin your Windows Hardware Compatibility testing today. The 1809 version of the HLK enforces the revisions to the hardware compatibility requirements…

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Advanced search using driver attributes now available

We are excited to announce a powerful search experience in Hardware Partner Center with an advanced search feature that allows faster and deeper searches to discover your drivers easily. Why we are delivering this feature? Until today, you as a driver developer or publisher may have experienced slow page-load of the driver dashboard based on…

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APIs now available for complete Driver lifecycle management

One of the consistent themes the Hardware Dev Center team hears from the Partner Community is the need for an easy way to automate the lifecycle of submitting and publishing drivers. This is especially true for partners with large volumes, because they need a way to build, sign, package and publish drivers within their existing…

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Errata filter database lookup is now available via Hardware Dev Center

We are pleased to announce that the Errata filter database, which was previously on Sysdev, has come to Hardware Dev Center. Currently, access to this page does require you to be an authenticated Hardware Dashboard user. Over the next month we will be working on removing this authentication requirement. Sign-in to Errata filter database.

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Accepting Windows 10, version 1803 submissions

The Windows Hardware Lab Kit (HLK) has been updated to support Windows 10, version 1803 and is available via direct download, here: http://aka.ms/1803HLK. The 1803 version of the HLK enforces revisions to the Windows 10, version 1803 hardware compatibility requirements available from the Hardware Dev Center.   Note: Starting with the last release of HLK version…

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Win32 logo certification deprecation

Notice to all partners submitting applications for Windows software logo certification. The Windows software logo certification program is being deprecated from the existing Sysdev portal. Partners requiring Microsoft attestation and distribution of your Win32 apps are recommended to use Desktop Bridge to distribute your app via the Store. Partners can continue to ship and deploy…

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New Windows 10 Driver Failure Report, now live in Hardware Dev Center

We are happy to announce the availability of the new Windows 10 Driver failure report in Hardware Dev Center! The new report will enable IHVs, OEMs, ISVs and IoT partners to easily view failure data for all submissions made through Hardware Dev Center. No more having to scroll through hundreds of submission ids to view…

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APIs are now available for managing Hardware Submissions

One of the consistent themes the Hardware Dev Center team hears from the Partner Community is the need for an easy way to automate driver submissions for signing by Microsoft. This is especially true for partners with large volumes of driver submissions because they need a way to build, sign and package drivers inline with…

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