This project is read-only.
Azure Storage Explorer is not actively maintained and only receives updates about once a year.
You may want to consider Microsoft's Azure Storage Explorer (a different tool)

New: Azure Storage Explorer 6 Preview 3 (August 2014)

Now available in the Downloads section
Modern code base, updated for latest cloud platform, APIs, and developer tools.
Preview 3 has blob, queue and table support.


Azure Storage Explorer 5 Preview 1 (June 2012)

Now available in the Downloads section
New user interface and support for logging and monitoring


Azure Storage Explorer, Version 4 Beta 1 (October 2010)

Azure Storage Explorer is a useful GUI tool for inspecting and altering the data in your Windows Azure Storage storage projects including the logs of your cloud-hosted applications.

All 3 types of cloud storage can be viewed and edited: blobs, queues, and tables.

Containers & Blobs

• Create, View, Copy, Rename, Delete Containers
• Create, View, Copy, Rename, Delete, Upload, Download Blobs


Blobs can be viewed as images, video, or text. Blob properties can be viewed/editied.


Queues & Messages

• Create, View, Copy, Rename, Delete Queues
• Create, View, Pop, Clear, Upload, Download Messages


Message content and properties can be viewed.


Tables & Entities

• Create, View, Copy, Rename, Delete Tables
• Create, Edit, Copy, Rename, Delete, Upload, Download Entities


Entities can be viewed and edited.


Highlights of version 4:

Better Code. Versions 1-3 of Azure Storage Explorer pre-dated the commercial Azure launch and there was no formal Storage Client library. Code from the SDK samples was used, which caused the source code base to be huge and complex. In version 4 we are using the .NET StorageClient library and the code is compact and well-organized. The source code is open and is part of this CodePlex project.
Newer storage feature support. Support has been added for newer features such as blob root containers.
Direct data entry and editing of blobs, messages, and entities.
Improved UI. The new WPF-based UI is cleaner, and supports opening multiple storage acounts at the same in tab views. The Mode-View-ViewModel pattern is used.
Free. Azure Storage Explorer remains a free community donation.

A Community Donation from Neudesic

Azure Storage Explorer is a community donation by Neudesic, a Microsoft National Systems Integrator.

For support contact David Pallmann or utilize the Discussions or Issue Tracker areas of this site,

Last edited Jan 21, 2016 at 5:34 AM by dpallmann, version 33