The file extension 8XU is associated with Texas Instruments devices. Texas Instruments is a global company that manufactures semiconductors and is a supplier of chips for mobile phones and digital signal processors. The company is also known for its production of Texas Instruments calculators.
The 8XU file extension is a system file type which is part of the operating system for Texas Instruments calculators. 8XU files are commonly used for the TI-83 and TI-84 versions in the line of calculators by Texas Instruments. The files contain data and coding which is designed to assist with the operation of calculators TI-83 and TI-84. 8XU files also provide regular updates for the calculators as they become available from the manufacturer.
How to Open 8XU Files
Since 8XU files are a system file type, they are not meant to be opened manually unless you are a developer or programmer who knows how to work with this type of file. System files are comprised of a group of important files which are responsible for the proper functioning of the operating system. If you are inexperienced and attempt to open the files manually, one or more of the files may be accidentally modified, which could potentially render the operating system useless.
That said the best and safest way to open the file extension 8XU is by using the appropriate corresponding device and operating system. You can open 8XU files using Texas Instruments TI-83 or TI-84 calculators.
If you use the Windows operating system or Mac OS X, you can open 8XU files using TI Connect by Texas Instruments. TI Connect is a software application that allows you to easily download and transfer data to a Texas Instruments calculator. You can also backup data which is stored on your calculator to your PC, drag and drop data, download software applications, capture multiple screen images, and much more. TI Connect is available as a free download on the Texas Instruments website.
You can also use Texas Instruments TI-GRAPH LINK software to open 8XU files. TI-GRAPH LINK is available on the Texas Instruments website and is compatible with Windows and Mac OS X. It is necessary to install the TI-GRAPH LINK software in addition to the necessary cable and adapter equipment.
Since 8XU files are a system file type, developers and programmers can manually open them using any text editing program. If you use Windows, you can open 8XU files using WordPad or Notepad. For Mac OS X, you can open 8XU files using Apple TextEdit, TextMate, or MacVim. If you use the Linux operating system, you can use AbiWord, gEdit, Nano Editor, or Vim.