In the below table, we list each Windows Azure Storage explorer, and then put
an “X” in each block if it provides the ability to either enumerate and/or
access the data abstraction. The last column indicates if the explorer is free
or not.

Windows Azure Storage
Explorer

Block Blob

Page Blob

Tables

Queues

Free

Azure Blob Client

X

Y

Azure Blob Compressor

Enables compressing blobs for upload and download

X

Y

Azure Blob Explorer

X

Y

Azure Storage
Explorer

X

X

X

Y

Azure
Storage Simple Viewer

X

 

X

X

Y

Cerebrata Cloud Storage Studio

X

X

X

X

Y/N

Cloud
Berry Explorer

X

X

Y

Clumsy Leaf Azure Explorer
Visual
studio plug-in

X

X

X

X

Y

Factonomy Azure
Utility

X

Y

Gladinet Cloud Desktop

X

N

MyAzureStorage.com
A portal to
access blobs, tables and queues

X

X

X

X

Y

Space Block

X

Y

Windows Azure
Management Tool

X

X

X

X

Y

An old, April post but with some useful information

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