Stop Press: I'm no longer closing down DelphiDabbler.com!Stop, Stop Press: the site move is happening on 9 June 2020. More Info.A brand new site is under development and I've had a generous offer to host the site. We're still ironing things out, so I'm not making a formal announcement yet, but things are looking very good.Even in the unlikely event the plans don't work out, the new site will still go ahead on GitHub.You can see an early development version of the new site at https://delphidabbler.github.io/.Finally, do take care of yourselves in these difficult times - stay well
Never thought I'd ever release any software again. But I've given the System Information Unit a long overdue update in an attempt to detect all updates of Windows 10 to date, along with Windows Server 2016 and 2019.
I've only been able to test for my Windows 10 installation using - the rest of the code is based on research.
There's also a new TPJComputerInfo.ProcessorSpeedMHz method to return the host computer's processor speed.
Update: The site is no longer closing!Some of the changes below may still happen, but the site itself is staying up. See this post for details. Keep an eye on this blog for updates.Now that the 15 June date for closure of DelphiDabbler.com is less than 6 months away I thought it was time to set out some of the implications.Here are the main issues:The wiki at wiki.delphidabbler.com will go away. This means that some documentation, FAQs and various useful notes will be lost. In particular the online help for some of my Delphi Code Library will disappear. Some of the docs have been moved to GitHub, but many haven't. I doubt there will be time to move any more. There may be time to save some FAQs and to GitHub but it can't be guaranteed.The CodeSnip program will loose access to some of the webservices it uses. There's a separate blog post about this.The online version of the Code Snippets Database will be lost. But all the code should still be available to users of the CodeSn…