I am looking for a disassembler (preferably free) that can meet the following requirements:

  • I would like to have it so that I can specify say, a C source file, and the disassembly can map to different lines of code in the source. That way, I can see assembly representation of my functions.
  • Can run on Windows 8 and 8.1. (is Windows 10 to early to ask about)
  • This one is optional, but it would be nice to see Visual Studio 2013 / 2015 integration.

Does anyone know of a disassembler that would fit these requirements? Again, it would be preferable if it were free, but paid is ok as well.


Install the gcc compiler tool chain, e.g. for Windows the MinGW toolchain, then use the following:

> gcc -g -c test.c
> objdump -d -M intel -S test.o

Note that with this tool chain you can even specify that you would like to compile for.

  • Free
  • Definitely works on Win8.1 if it doesn't work on 10 it soon will
  • You can use this from within VS by putting it in a bat file & specifying it as an external tool.

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