Windows SDK Survey Results So Far


We want to share some preliminary results from the recent Windows SDK customer surveys asking how would you spend $100 on existing SDK features and how would you spend $100 on new SDK features. The results may surprise you!  Thanks to those that have participated and helped to shape the future of the Windows SDK.  Both surveys remain open and we’d love to hear from those that haven’t responded yet.

Please spend 5 minutes to help us understand how you use the Windows SDK.  This NEW survey is 15 multiple choice questions about how you use the Windows SDK


Preliminary Survey Results: Proposed SDK Features (See original survey for details)

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Preliminary Survey Results: Existing SDK Features (see original survey for details)

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Sarah Maurer
Program Manager
High School Intern
Windows SDK Team


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Comments (2)

  1. DrPizza says:

    I fail to see how this is going to solve the fundamental problem:

    I shouldn’t have to screw around with the Windows SDK, MSDN Library, the headers that come with Visual Studio, ancillary SDKs like DirectX, each with their own release schedules, build environments, and so on. I should be able to install one SDK that can keep itself up-to-date.

  2. Check out this great blog post from the Windows SDK team on their customer data collection efforts .