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UWP PDF SDK Fast, Easy.
Integration with Your Windows App

With our UWP PDF library, get a fast native rendering engine, combined with out-of-the-box annotations, digital signatures, form filling, document editing, and more. Easy to integrate and easy to use.

A Great User Experience

You Can Tweak the UI.
But You Don’t Have To.


Works with Universal Windows Platform (UWP) and C# apps, supporting both desktop computers and Microsoft Surface devices (x86/x64). Applications can be submitted to the Windows Store.

For compatibility with Windows Vista/7/8/8.1, consider using PSPDFKit for Web Standalone with the Chromium Embedded Framework instead.

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Knowledge Base


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Examples Catalog

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Key Features

The SDK You Love,
for Your Windows App

Powerful Features

PDF rendering, navigation, searching, annotation, and form filling capabilities

Detailed Features List
Easy to Integrate

Packaged as a native UWP PDF library component for easy integration with your app

Getting Started Guides
Drop-In UI

A fluid, adaptable UI based on fast Edge web technology, ready to go out of the box

Customizing the UI

Web UI, Native Speed

PSPDFKit for Windows offers the best of both worlds - the speed and stability of our C++ PSPDFKit Core running natively, and the flexibility and features of our Web SDK UI.

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