DPack is a FREE collection of Microsoft Visual Studio 2008/2010 tools. DPack is designed to greatly increase developer’s productivity, automate repetitive processes and expand upon some of Microsoft Visual Studio features.

DPack includes various browser tools that allow the developer to quickly find solution files, types, particular type members, methods or properties for instance, or quickly find and reference standard .NET framework types. DPack includes greatly enhanced numbered bookmarks feature, various code navigation tools as well as streamlined surround with feature, and much more. See screenshots and learn more about individual features using Features menu.

Note that Microsoft Visual Studio 2005 and 2003 are no longer supported.

Current version downloads  (posted on April 17, 2011)

Download 640Kb,  DPack v3.0.11 for Visual Studio 2008
Download 659Kb,  DPack v3.0.11 for Visual Studio 2010

Old version downloads

Download 629Kb,  DPack v2.9.3 for Visual Studio 2005  (posted on November 3, 2009)
Download 641Kb,  DPack v2.6.2 for Visual Studio .NET 2003  (posted on July 21, 2007)

See what’s new in the latest version.

Polls: please visit our support forum and cast your vote (no registration’s required)

What’s your favorite or most frequently used feature? Vote Here!


Please visit our online support forums at www.usysware.com/forums/, or send your comments or problems reports to [email protected] Subscribe to our DPack blog for the latest news and announcements.


All features support C#, VB, C++, Delphi Prism and Ruby In Steel based projects. USysWare is an official RemObjects partner. Please visit Oxygene web site to learn more about Delphi Prism – Object Oriented Pascal for Visual Studio.



DPack may be used free of charge, but if you wish to express your appreciation for the time and resources the authors have expended developing and supporting it over the years, and also help defer the costs of running the web server, we do accept and appreciate donations. You can contribute via PayPal button on the right hand side.

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