Defrag Tools: #23 - Windows 8 SDK
- Posted: Jan 14, 2013 at 8:57AM
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In this episode of Defrag Tools, Andrew Richards and Larry Larsen upgrade the software we downloaded in Episode #1 to the Windows 8 (x86 &x64) and Windows RT (ARM) versions.
Windows Software Development Kit (SDK) for Windows 8
USB3 Debugging Cable
- Note, you must use a USB3 A-A cable designed for debugging, otherwise it will fry your box!
[00:00] - Table tablets and 4K screens at CES 2013
[02:30] - Time to upgrade our tools to the Windows 8\Windows RT versions!
[03:20] - www.sysinternals.com
[05:34] - Win7SP1 and Win8RTM folders
[06:16] - Bing: "Windows 8 SDK"
[06:53] - Bing: "Debugging Tools for Windows"
[07:25] - New web installer does installation or download.
[10:02] - MSI files are in the ..\Windows Kits\8.0\StandaloneSDK\Installers
[13:00] - Sync your 'My' folder with SkyDrive so it is always available!
[13:30] - Install the Debugging Tools for Windows to gather the files for xcopy deployment
[15:33] - Visual Studio 2012 builds PDBs with Inline Frame information
[17:23] - Visual Studio 2012 builds PDBs with Local Variable information
[18:55] - Windows 8 supports Network and USB3 kernel debugging
[21:10] - Visual Studio 2012 now supports both the VS and DbgEng debugger engines
[21:40] - Keep posting questions and sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org!