Learn x64 Assembler Programming for Windows with Windows 64bit Assembly Tool Zip
The name of the appropriate tool for your OS is determined by the name of the corflags executable in your Windows SDK. For example on Windows 10 you would choose BuildTools-Windows-10-x64-API.EXE
Windows 64bit Assembly Tool Zip
For instructions on how to download and install a copy of Visual Studio, see Install Visual Studio. If you only want the command-line tools, not the full IDE, download the Build Tools for Visual Studio.
Note: For Windows 10 the Visual Studio x64 installer is built using the Windows SDK 8.1. The CLI tools are installed on a per-user basis and are not included in the MSI installer. Note that the Windows SDK installer package in Windows 10 updates nuget packages as well so that you can load the SDK.msi with the same appxpackage.msi file name you used to download the.msi. A.nuget package must be referenced in the application to avoid conflicts with NuGet packages installed with the Visual Studio Installer.
Small fixes for MSVC compile errors. Fixes a reported issue where control characters in cmdline arguments were not escaped correctly when building for Windows. Fixes an issue where command line arguments were improperly escaped when building as a Universal Windows app. Fixes a potential segfault when the client disconnects.
This release also supports Windows 10 RS5. Windows 10 reached its second maintenance update on May 12, 2017. It is now possible to install Win10 RS5 on a system that already has a valid Windows 10 license and non-beta versions of the OS (32/64bit). If you have a valid Windows 10 license, we recommend that you install this version of the OS to take advantage of the additional security features. If you are installing this version of Windows 10 in a virtual machine, please install the Update on Demand Update that fixes an issue where there is a risk of the VM being stuck in a page fault loop after a reboot. To fix this issue, you must use the Hyper-V repair tool: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4421927/hyper-v-repair-tool-for-hyper-v-virtual-machines. Please make sure to remove this version once you are finished, as it is intended for testing only. You can confirm the version of Win10 that you are using by going to Settings, Update & Security and opening the Settings app. On the left, under the heading "Windows Update" you can see the version of Windows you are running.