.T2000 File Extension

.T2000 File Extension

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Theseus 2000 Settings

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What is a T2000 file?

A T2000 file is a settings file used by the Theseus2000 network diagnostics suite for Windows. It contains plain text data that Theseus2000 uses to load a user's settings. Theseus2000 uses two primary T2000 files, settings.t2000 and twiauth.t2000.

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Screenshot of a .t2000 file in Microsoft Visual Studio Code
T2000 file open in Microsoft Visual Studio Code

Theseus2000 allows users to diagnose and troubleshoot networking- and Internet-related problems. For example, if a user is encountering slow data transfer speeds, they can use Theseus2000 to test their Internet connection's upload and download speeds.

When a user launches Theseus2000, the program creates a file named settings.t2000. This contains the user's Theseus2000 settings. To adjust their settings, users can use the Settings option available on Theseus2000's main menu.

If a user chooses to connect their Twitter account to Theseus2000 (using the Connect Twitter account option available in the program's Settings menu), Theseus2000 will create a file named twiauth.t2000. This file contains Twitter access token data that Twitter uses to authenticate Theseus2000.

How do I open a T2000 file?

You can open a T2000 file in any text editor, such as Microsoft Notepad (Windows) or Microsoft Visual Studio Code (Windows). While you can manually edit the settings a T2000 file contains, it is probably better to adjust your Theseus2000 settings in-program.

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Updated September 16, 2021

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