Windows driver development
Use an integrated environment – WDK and Visual Studio – for your Windows Driver Development. You can develop, build, package, deploy, test, and debug drivers in this environment.
Get the tools and kits you need to build, test, and deploy your drivers and Windows Store device apps.
Use samples to guide your Windows driver development. Whether you’re getting started or porting an older driver to the newest version of Windows, code samples are valuable guides on how to write drivers.
Show off your device’s features and functionality with a Windows Store device app. Use the Windows Runtime APIs to develop Windows Store device apps for USB, Bluetooth, HID, and Point of Service devices. These apps install automatically and can perform device updates, and other important operations, in the background.
Choose from a comprehensive set of debuggers to debug your drivers and apps. With WDK 8 and WDK 8.1, the driver development environment and the Windows debuggers are integrated into Visual Studio.