However, several free alternatives have emerged that can be used. Although they are not as mature as .Net Reflector, they are already usable. They are:
Produced by JetBrains, it is a companion to ReSharper.
Produced by the iCSharpCode team, this team has developed the famous C# IDE SharpDevelop.
Produced by Telerik, many people are familiar with the company's Rad control series.
- MonoDevelop also provides a similar feature with its built-in Assembly Browser.
With so many free alternatives available, why would you still want to use the paid Reflector?