TCP File Extension

File Type

Tally Compiled Program Format


Tally Solutions


Executable Files





Information about the TCP file extension

TCP is the extension given to files that are used in 1 operating systems such as: Windows. The TCP extension was originally developed for the Tally.ERP application. This is an application developed by . In addition, the programs can be used to open files with the TCP extension.

The data in the TCP files are saved in the manner characteristic for Executable Files. 140 file types are given the TCP extension, but most often they are not compatible and you must use a different application to handle each of them. The format of this particular Tally Compiled Program Format file was developed by Tally Solutions. This particular Tally Compiled Program Format file was most likely generated by the Tally.ERP program.

Choose the right tool

TCP File Extension

TCP File Tools

What tools are available?

Here are the most important online tools related to TCP. They will help you use your TCP file in the way you want. You will be able to open, preview, edit or convert your TCP file.

TCP File Opener

TCP opener is a very popular tool among our users. Here's how to easily open your TCP file. Opening the TCP file is just the beginning. Other file operations can be the next step.

TCP File Viewer

TCP Viewer is a type of tool that will allow you to preview the content of a TCP file online, without installing any specialized software. Just go to the link provided and select your file. Next, our system will try to view the contents of the TCP file.

TCP File Converter

You can always try to convert the TCP file if you have problems with any operations. After converting the file to a different format, you may have the option of using additional options for working with the TCP file.

TCP File Editor

TCP editor helps in the process of editing the data in our file. Sometimes you need to be able to fully edit the contents of the TCP file, in which case you may need to install dedicated software. On the editor page you will find all the information you need to edit the TCP file.



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