Today is Tuesday, and like clockwork, there's a new Windows 10 SDK Insider Preview that's available for download. The new build is 18950, replacing build 18945, which was released last week. As usual, it coincides with the Windows 10 Insider Preview build that was released last week.
Unsurprisingly, there's no blog post for the new SDK just yet. That's likely to arrive later on today, as it's rare these days for Microsoft to publish the changelog for a new SDK Preview at the same time that the preview build is released.
It's pretty safe to assume that there aren't any notable changes in this new SDK though. After all, we really haven't seen many notable new features that are arriving in Windows 10 20H1 previews. We've still got until March 2020 before this feature update RTMs, so there should be more to come throughout that period.
If you want to download the new SDK Preview, you can find it here. It arrives alongside new builds of the Windows Driver Kit, Enterprise Windows Driver Kit, Desktop App Converter Base images, and Windows Hardware Lab Kit.