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Save this Page: All the Patches Since the Last Release

Author: Rebekah D

How can you be sure you’ve applied the latest updates for your RAD Studio, Delphi, or C++Builder version? After installing the IDE, there may be updates that were released since the last product installer.


Patches for Version 10.2.3

You can find all of the patches since 10.2.3’s release listed here (Bookmark this page!):



If you installed 10.2.3 after July 18th, 2018, you already have all of the patches that were released through July 13th (current as of today, October 3, 2018). Here is a description of that installer: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/RADStudio/Tokyo/en/10.2_Tokyo_-_Release_3


Patches for Versions 10 (Seattle) through 10.2.2

Bookmark the same page: http://docwiki.embarcadero.com/PlatformStatus/en/Main_Page and use the right hand menu to find your IDE version and any released patches.


Stay Current on Update Subscription

Of course, if you’re on Update Subscription, you get the latest product releases with all of their new capabilities. This year we’ve seen significant enhancements:

  • Version 10.2.3 added mobile development support to all Professional Editions

  • Version 10.2.2 added RAD Server single-site deployment license to Enterprise and Architect editions

  • In August 2018, Architect editions upgraded their included RAD Server licenses to multi-site deployment licenses.


There’s so much more planned for the upcoming 10.3 release, and Update Subscription users were invited to join the beta testing to try them out.


Never miss a new release again: renew your Update Subscription. All new purchases include the first year of Update Subscription, so you’re assured of any new product releases for an entire year!

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