The most commonly used .x86 file type: Microsoft Office dynamic link library
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Files with x86 file extension can generally be found someone as part of X86 Windows operating system.
The x86 file extension is associated with Microsoft Office an office suite for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X (macOS) operating systems.
The x86 file stores DLL (Dynamic Link Library) used by 32-bit Windows version of Microsoft Office.
The name of x86 file is mso.dll.x86
It is possible that x86 file extension is also used by Microsoft Windows operating system for some kind of system files.
Note: The X86 is also known as most commercially successful instruction set architecture in the history of personal computing. It derived from the model numbers, ending in "86", of the first few processor generations backward compatible with the original Intel 8086.
Since then, many additions and extensions have been added to the x86 instruction set, almost consistently with full backwards compatibility. The architecture has been implemented in processors from Intel, Cyrix, AMD, VIA, and many others.
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An x86 file extension is related to the executable file format used by Linux.
Open x86 file with software: Linux operating systems
Simply put, file extensions are the characters after the dot in the computer file name, so for example document-name.pdf has file extension „pdf“. This helps Windows to identify which program should be used to open the file.
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