W32Dasm (or Win32DASM) doesn’t seem to exist on the map any more, but it’s still a very useful programmers tool, especially if you like reverse engineering.

W32Dasm is a Windows 32-bit (Win32) disassembler. What it does is display the programs routines in assembly code, which makes it easier for you to trace what the software is doing.

I like to use this software every once in a while, but recently I found there were no decent sources for this software.

However, I soon located a copy that I had on my computer from a while back, in a directory named “w32ds893”.

The help file details a website which appears to be down, but there is an archived version.


This takes you to another now defunct site, which is also archived:


As you can see from that page you can download w32dasm v8.7 as w32ds87.zip, but not the latest version.

I uploaded w32ds893.zip which contains “W32DSM89.EXE“, which is the latest known version:

I don’t know where this was originally sourced from, but I know it works fine.

Note: If you have any questions or know of any updates, please feel free to add a comment below. Thanks.