The first and most important is the database CD-Emigrant
There are a large number of very useful CD/DVD-records to help you find the way into the Swedish church records. Swedish emigration 1869-1950 based on passenger lists which comprises the names of approximately 1.4 million emigrants, embarking from the major Swedish ports Göteborg 1869-1950, Malmö 1874-1950, Stockholm 1869-1950, Norrköping 1859-1919, Helsingborg 1899-1930 and Kalmar 1880-1893.
The register includes information on name, relationship, occupation/title (only available for 20%), age at the time of emigration, birthplace or place of residence, county, destination, date of emigration, volume indicator for the police chamber archive, and number of the emigration contract. When relationship is not explicitly indicated, persons with the same number of the emigration contract is denoted as travelling companions.
Swedish census 1880-1990 - total of six different CDs
Three separate CDs containing all persons who were registered in Sweden in the end of 1880 (4,6 million people), 1890 (4,8 million people) and 1900 (5,2 million people). The databases contain computerized transcripts of household examination rolls, prepared by the parish vicar or clerk and sent to the government agency SCB (Statistics Sweden).
The CD-records includes information on name, birth year, birth parish and place of residence (county, parish and village/city) relationship to others in the same household and occupation and sometimes, notes about health or legal status.
Three separate CDs containing all persons who were registered in Sweden in the end of 1970 (8 million people), 1980 (8,3 million people) and 1990 (8,6 million people). The full details are name, residential address, date of birth and birth parish (both including county).
The Swedish Death Index 1901-2009
The Swedish Death Index 1901-2009 on DVD is the 5thedition and is supplemented with 2.5 million deaths for the period 1901 to 1946, all registered by volunteer workers in the project "naming the dead". This means that approximately 70% of all deaths for those years are included.
From 1947 and onwards, additional 272 000 deaths have been registered since the last edition of the Swedish Death Index.
Overall, this DVD contains 7 880 000 lines of which there may be occasional records from 1895 to 1901.
For more useful CD/DVDs, please look at The Federation of Swedish Genealogical Societies online Bookshop!