When you go to My Esri to find a download what are you looking for? Are you looking for a specific product line or are you looking for a version?
Good morning Tom,
I usually go to the my esri site Downloads tab to check for the latest product software (Including any patches, updates, fixes, etc.)
After seeing that I already have the current release I have to remember that esri does not include links on that page that I have noticed to download or find the patches, updates, fixes, etc.
So, I click on the my esri Support tab and do not notice any links to download or find the patches, updates, fixes, etc.
Then I remember that over the years esri has moved the "place to go" to download or find the patches, updates, fixes, etc.
That usually leads me to Google search "arcgis patches" which currently gets me to https://support.esri.com/en/downloads
Then I can update my bookmarks in production/test/mobile desktops, iPads and other devices for Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari...
So more often than not I just do a quick Google search for my esri and another one for arcgis patches.
And another Google search for geonet (to see what the team has to say about what is available for download)
Then select the Google result that is Not about:
Geological hazard information for New Zealand · Home · Earthquake ... GeoNet Quake Drums: Is it an earthquake? Is it a truck? No, it's the Foo Fighters!
That is why I really like the ArcGIS Pro, Server & Portal "Check for Updates" tool available right from the Windows start... menus. It is a huge time-saver. I wish ArcMap had that tool too.
I also wish that check for updates tool would list the major updates available such as 10.5.0 to 10.5.1, 10.6.0, 10.6.1
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