You can use Debugging Tools for Windows to debug drivers, applications, and services on systems running WindowsNT4.0, Windows2000, WindowsXP, Windows Server 2003, and Windows codenamed "Longhorn," as well as debugging the operating system itself. Versions of the Debugging Tools for Windows package are available for 32-bit x86, native Intel Itanium, and native x64 platforms.
The latest release of Debugging Tools for Windows is available for download from the web. You can also install the package from the Windows DDK, Platform SDK, or Customer Support Diagnostics CD.
Debugging Tools and Symbols: Getting Started
Tips for using Debugging Tools for Windows, with links to presentations and papers on best practices.
What's New for Debugging Tools for Windows
Notes on capabilities and features in successive versions of Debugging Tools for Windows.
Install Debugging Tools for Windows 32-bit Version
Download page for the latest 32-bit packages.
Install Debugging Tools for Windows 64-bit Versions
Download page for the latest 64-bit packages.
Note: The native 32-bit package is the best choice for most individuals. If you have a system with a 64-bit processor and you are debugging an application on it, then you must use one of the native 64-bit packages.
Download Windows Symbol Packages
Symbol packages for a variety of Windows versions.
Debugging Tools and Symbols – Resources
Pointers to training resources and support contacts.
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