There is very handy tool called Dependency Walker. Here is official site - http://www.dependencywalker.com But version on this official site is pretty old - 2.2.6000 dated 2006. There is open source version of Dependency Walker - https://github.com/lucasg/Dependencies - last release is dated 2009. This version should work better showing dependencies (for example for .Net apps). But it lacks the coolest feature of older Dependency Walker from official site - profiling (it can start exe-file you study and trace its dependencies in real time). IIRC, Dependency Walker was part of older versions of VisualStudio (2010 and/or 2012). I managed to find that version - 2.2.7100 dated 2009. It may lack support for newest versions of Windows (comparing to open source one), but still it is considerably newer than 2.2.6000 one from official site. Also content of folder in 2.2.7100 is much more impressive. Here it is http://www.mediafire.com/file/anzh6jc4l0drz58/Depends_2_2_7100.zip/file I packed both x64 and x86 folders. Just in case.