The non-free one can take components, not 100% sure about ActiveX
From the website:
Extensible component model - Use included 200+ app components, build
your own, download free, or buy 3rd party components
The Delphi Visual Component Library (VCL) is a full-featured and ever
expanding application development framework. Take advantage of a vast
array of commercial, open source, and freeware components to add
functionality to the existing library of over 200 out-of-the-box
components. All code and applications built with the Delphi VCL will be
compatible with Delphi for .NET.
John Dammeyer wrote:
> Hi Angus,
> The Borland US Online Shop has Turbo Delphi (for win32) Pro $399.
> They also sell the Professional Upgrade (I think for Delphi 7 and up) for
> $460 or New user for $1090.
> I heard that the free version couldn't take Active X controls but what about
> the one for $399?
>> Turbo Delphi Explorer is really Delphi 10 Personal and is
>> free, except
>> it can be used for commercial development but in theory does
>> not support
>> any third party components, unless you patch the code.
>> There's a rumour
>> the hot fixes might fix some of methods people have found to install
>> components in the Explorer version.
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