Thursday, September 10, 2009

Delphi Distiller





If you don't know about Delphi Distiller then it's time for you to know.
Delphi Distiller is a tool that can bypass Delphi CodeGear/Embarcadero license check.
This is the main window



It automatically switch to the lowest Delphi version you have installed on system, ok so no harm from what you can see, now PRESS CTRL+ALT+L and you'll get this



Did you notice the new tab "Secret Stuff"?
Well you can check it out, it can remove Delphi 2010, Delphi 2009, Delphi 2007 and Delphi 2006 license, it also has some tweaks to start IDE a bit faster.
Delphi Distiller can be located at home page fallowing this link.
If you remove license check you don't need Delphi *.slip file or anything else, just the time to test the IDE.

10 comments:

  1. Really good article, well done

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  2. Delphi Distiller + RadStudo2010.slip download
    - on 2shared.com
    - on megafileupload.com
    - on sendspace.com
    just click on any of the above links.

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  3. Your uploads are NOT good, if someone wants to be "helpful" just post a working solution, for example delphi distiller ver 1.76 is released(and it's working like a charm, for downloads go to
    http://liteapplications.freeforums.org/delphi-distiller-v1-76-released-t184.html

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  4. DO NOT INSTALL RAD STUDIO 2010 UPDATE 1!

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  5. Error intall em Windows Vista
    Delphi 2010 version 14.0.3513.24210

    "false" is not a valid integer value

    not function

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  6. Windows Vista is very buggy(there is no secret in that), so you have to install another operating system:
    - Windows XP
    - Windows 7

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  7. Gracias por lal informacion ha sido de mucha utilidad! :):):):):):)

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  8. Thank you for his offer.Really helpfull!!!

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  9. I installed a package in Delphi 2010 with two components that I developed in Delphi 5. The components show up in pallette but once I try to use them on any VCL form and compile, it says cannot locate particualer .dcu file (the one that associated with my component). When I open a package list, it shows me that the package is installed in completly another folder then the one where my files are.

    Is this just a sloppy cracked version of Delphi 2010 speading around the net, or I am missing on something?
    Any help is welcome!

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