You are taking over as the IT administrator for an Azure subscription. You want a simple, efficient, and free way to view and manage all the blobs in the subscription.
You need to download the most appropriate tool.
Which tool should you use?
You should use Storage Explorer. This tool is free and simple to use. It allows you to manage different types of Azure storage accounts, including blobs, tables, and queues.
You should not use Visual Studio Ultimate. This is a fully-featured integrated development environment (IDE) that allows you to write code for applications and websites. Although you can use the built-in Azure Cloud Explorer tool to view blobs, Storage Explorer is easier to use.
You should not use Visual Studio Code. This is a light-weight IDE that allows you to write code for applications and websites. It does not provide a built-in user interface for managing blobs.
You should not use Storage Emulator. This tool allows you to emulate Azure storage accounts. It does not connect to real Azure storage accounts.