Microsoft released its weekly build of Windows 10 today, with a handful of changes and some bug fixes. As has been the case for the past few weeks, the company is now releasing Windows Server builds and SDK builds alongside the matching Windows 10 build, instead of doing it the following week.
That means build 20175 of Windows Server is now available, but in typical Microsoft fashion, there is no changelog for the build anywhere. As we've been saying for the past few weeks, the last build to get a changelog post was build 19551 back in January, so it's unclear what has changed since then. Either way, you can download the new Windows Server build here and check it out for yourself.
Likewise, there are new builds of the Windows 10 SDK, ADK, and WDK, all of which are also up to build 20175. The Hardware Lab Kit (HLK) is still on build 19041, the same as the public release of Windows 10 version 2004.
Just like Windows Server, there's no changelog for the SDK, and it's unclear what changes Microsoft is making. It's possible that it's too early in the development for Microsoft to have made any notable changes to these tools, but either way, the company isn't letting us know. You can download the SDK here, the ADK here, and the WDK here, if you want to find the changes for yourself.