Adding a Windows 10 SDK
A software development kit (SDK) provides a set of files that are used to build applications for a target platform. To create the .appx packages, you need to have the Windows 10 SDK on your development system.
RAD Studio Provides a Windows 10 SDK
Adding a Windows SDK to RAD Studio
To add a Windows 10 SDK to RAD Studio:
- Select Tools > Options > Environment Options > SDK Manager and click the Add button.
- In the Add a New SDK dialog box, select 32-bit Windows or 64-bit Windows from the Select a platform drop-down list.
- In the Select an SDK version drop-down list, select Add new and complete the steps of the Create a New Windows 10 SDK wizard:
- In the Windows SDK Base Path, click to browse to the location where you installed the SDK and click Next.
- On the Setting Windows tools locations page, the wizard automatically fills in all fields.
- For any fields that are not auto-populated or are marked with , click the entry field and browse to the location of the specific utility on the disk.
- Click Finish to create the new SDK.
- Note: The Finish button is disabled until all fields are filled in correctly.
- In the Add a New SDK dialog box, select Make the selected SDK active if you want the new SDK to be the default SDK for Windows.
- Click OK to continue.
The Windows 10 SDK version is now listed in the SDK Manager: