One thing any .NET developer is addicted to is Nuget Package Manger. Life has become so easy, no more hassle of maintain all those 3rd party libraries or remember them or list them down in some document. No more Reference DLL not found errors to deal with and all credits goes to Nuget. Nuget handles it all for you and gets whatever is needed from Nuget Server on demand or as configured. I am writing this one specifically cause there are situations when you might not be having internet access or went under maintenance or you are in some remote area on earth (or other planet) or in a plane or internet access is prohibited in your organization (as in my case on my office Developer VM pffff) Every time you add a package from NuGet or using NuGet package manger, it create a cache copy of that » Read more