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ArcGIS Desktop 10.8.2

Release date: December 9, 2021

Technical support; support status extended

Technical Support

Support status: Extended

General Availability
Dec 2021–Feb 2022
Extended
Mar 2022–Feb 2024
Mature
Mar 2024–Feb 2026

Retired
March 2026


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Version

Release date

General Availability

Extended

Mature

Retired

Release notes

Addressed issues

10.8.2*December 9, 2021Dec 2021–Feb 2022Mar 2022–Feb 2024Mar 2024–Feb 2026March 1, 2026IMPORTANT NOTE: ArcGIS 10.8.2 is the current release of ArcMap and will continue to be supported until March 01, 2026. We do not have plans to release an ArcMap 10.9.x. This means the 10.8.x series will be the final release series of ArcMap and will be supported until March 01, 2026.ArcGIS 10.8 Issues Addressed List

10.8.1*

July 28, 2020

Jul 2020–Feb 2022

Mar 2022–Feb 2024

Mar 2024–Feb 2026

March 1, 2026

Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.8.1 deprecation plan.ArcGIS 10.8 Issues Addressed List
10.8*February 20, 2020Feb 2020–Feb 2022Mar 2022–Feb 2024Mar 2024–Feb 2026March 1, 2026Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.8.1 deprecation plan.ArcGIS 10.8 Issues Addressed List
10.7.1June 27, 2019Jun 2019–Feb 2021Mar 2021–Feb 2023Mar 2023–Feb 2025March 1, 2025Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.7 deprecation plan. 
10.7March 21, 2019Mar 2019–Feb 2021Mar 2021–Feb 2023Mar 2023–Feb 2025March 1, 2025Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.7 deprecation plan. 
10.6.1July 17, 2018Jul 2018–Dec 2019Jan 2020–Dec 2021Jan2022–Dec 2023January 1, 2024Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.6 deprecation plan. 
10.6January 17, 2018Jan 2018–Dec 2019Jan 2020–Dec 2021Jan 2022–Dec 2023January 1, 2024Please refer to the ArcGIS 10.6 deprecation plan 
10.5.1June 29, 2017Jun 2017–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020Dec 2020–Nov 2022December 1, 2022Please refer to the deprecation plan for ArcGIS 10.5 and 10.5.1. 
10.5December 15, 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020Dec 2020–Nov 2022December 1, 2022Please refer to the deprecation plan for ArcGIS 10.5 and 10.5.1. 
10.4.1May 31, 2016May 2016–Jan 2018Feb 2018–Jan 2020Feb 2020–Jan 2022February 1, 2022Please refer to the deprecation plan 
10.4February 18, 2016Feb 2016–Jan 2018Feb 2018–Jan 2020Feb 2020–Jan 2022February 1, 2022Please refer to the deprecation planArcGIS 10.4 issues addressed list
10.3.1May 13, 2015May 2015–Nov 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020December 1, 2020Please refer to the deprecation plan 
10.3December 10, 2014Dec 2014–Nov 2016Dec 2016–Nov 2018Dec 2018–Nov 2020December 1, 2020Please refer to the deprecation plan 
10.2.2April 15, 2014Apr 2014–Jun 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019The product life cycle changed to the calendar-based model in February 2014. Please refer to the deprecation plans for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2.1 
10.2.1January 7, 2014Jan 2014–Jun 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019Please refer to the deprecation plans for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2.1. 
10.2July 30, 2013Jul 2013–Jun 2015Jul 2015–Jun 2017Jul 2017–Jun 2019July 1, 2019Please refer to the deprecation plans for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2.1. 
10.1June 11, 2012Jun 2012–Dec 2013Jan 2014–Dec 2015Jan 2016–Dec 2017January 1, 2018Please refer to the deprecation plans for ArcGIS 10.1 and 10.2.1. ArcView, ArcEditor, and ArcInfo were renamed to ArcGIS for Desktop Basic, Standard, and Advanced, respectively.
Maplex for ArcGIS is included in all levels of ArcGIS for Desktop.
ArcScan for ArcGIS is included in all levels of ArcGIS for Desktop. The
Survey Analyst extension (for ArcEditor 9.3.1 and ArcInfo 9.3.1) was retired on December 31, 2012.
 
10June 30, 2010Jun 2010–Jun 2012Jul 2012–Dec 2013Jan 2014–Dec 2015January 1, 2016Retired—go to the ArcGIS 10 and 10.1 deprecation plans for more details. 

Additional product notes

  • *ArcMap 10.8.x
    ArcMap 10.8.x enters mature support on March 1, 2024. During this phase, we will no longer provide functionality-based patches or hotfixes. Please note that 10.8.x is the final series of releases for ArcMap, and there are no plans for additional releases in the future. However, Esri may, at its discretion, make efforts to address critical, exploitable security vulnerabilities if commercially and technically feasible during the mature support phase. It's important to be aware that ArcMap is aging software that includes several 3rd party components with limited support. Consequently, there may be limitations on what we can address. We strongly encourage our users to transition to ArcGIS Pro as soon as possible.        
  • ArcGIS Desktop extensions carry the same product life cycle as the main ArcGIS Desktop product.
  • ArcGIS Engine and extensions carry the same product life cycle as the main ArcGIS Desktop product.
  • ArcGIS Pro is a part of ArcGIS Desktop, but due to its frequent releases, it will have its own life cycle, which will be separate from the life cycle of ArcGIS Desktop.
  • All service packs, patches, and hot fixes that are available for a particular version have the same support status as the version they address.
  • Dates listed in a support column indicate when the product entered that support level.

 

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