Create a New Windows 10 SDK

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Go Up to SDK Manager

Add a New SDK | Select the Windows 32-bit or Windows 64-bit platform. | Select Add New under Select an SDK version.

You can use the Create a New Windows 10 SDK wizard to add a Windows 10 SDK to the SDK Manager that defines the paths to the Windows development tools installed on your development system. You can then use the Windows 10 SDK SDK to build your applications for the Windows target platform and submit them to the Windows Store.

Note: The wizard shows location path examples for these fields.

Setting Windows 10 Development Kit (SDK) page

On this page, you provide the paths to your Windows 10 SDK:

Item Description Location Path Example

Windows SDK Base path (SDK_BASE_PATH)

The path to the Windows 10 SDK folder.

  • If you install the Windows SDK using the RAD Studio installer, this path is the location path example.
  • If you selected a specific SDK version in Add a New SDK (a Windows 10 SDK version detected as installed in your system), RAD Studio fills this field for you.

C:\Program Files (x86)\Windows Kits\10

Setting Windows 10 tools locations page

RAD Studio automatically detects the paths of the required tools based on the paths that you provide on the previous page. On this page you can customize the paths or specify the paths to tools that RAD Studio could not detect.

Item Description Location Path Example

MakeAppx.exe location

The location of the MakeAppx.exe SDK tool

SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x64\makeappx.exe SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x86\makeappx.exe

SignTool.exe location

The location of the SignTool.exe SDK tool

SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x64\signtool.exe SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x86\signtool.exe

MakeCert.exe location

The location of the MakeCert.exe SDK tool

SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x64\makecert.exe SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x86\makecert.exe

Pvk2Pfx.exe location

The location of the Pvk2Pfx.exe SDK tool

SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x64\pvk2pfx.exe SDK_BASE_PATH\bin\x86\pvk2pfx.exe

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