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Show Me the GAC!
December 16, 2006

Here's a quick and easy way to display all the assemblies in your global assembly cache (GAC) without having to use gacutil. Run My Computer and type %windir%\assembly in the Address textbox:

My Computer

Press enter and you'll see a list of all the assemblies in your GAC, including the version number, culture, public key token, and processor architecture:

Assemblies in GAC

Thanks to M. G. for this tip!

Keywords: .NET, GAC, global assembly cache, assemblies, software development

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