What is a .XFB File And How To Open It – Apple

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Introduction

Have you downloaded a file with .xfb extension, but you are not sure what it is? Perhaps you know what the file is, but you simply don’t know how to open it. Fear not, in this article we will show you how to easily open the .xfb file in few simple steps on various systems.

What is a .XFB file?

The file extension .XFB comes from Xserve RAID Firmware Binary File. This file extension was developed by Apple. The file has the binary format, and it is a system related files.

What to know

There is currently 1 software that can open the .xfb file on 3 platforms.

How to open a .XFB file?

Below we will show you a step-by-step guide on how to open the .XFB file on various operating systems.

How to open a .XFB file on Windows (7, 8, 10)

The .xfb file can be opened in 4 steps on Windows.

1. In the first step you need to download the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software. This software will be used for opening the file. You can also use Apple Xserve RAID Admin software.

Step 2

Step 2: Locating your .XFB file

2. In the second step you need to locate the downloaded file. If you don’t remember where you have downloaded your file to, you should check your /download/ folder as it usually gets automatically saved there.

Step 3

Step 3: Choose “Open with”

3. In the third step right click on your file and choose “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Choose the software and click ok

4. In the fourth step, after clicking “Open with”, you should see the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software that you have downloaded. Click on the software and click “OK”. That’s all, now you have opened your file on Windows.

How to open a .XFB file on Mac

To open the .xfb file on Mac, please follow these 4 easy steps.

1. The first step is to download the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software. This software will be used for opening the file. The other software that you can use is Apple Xserve RAID Admin.

Step 2

Step 2: Finding your .XFB file

2. In the second step you need to locate the downloaded file. The file can be usually found in your /download/ folder if you don’t remember where you have downloaded it to.

Step 3

Step 3: Clicking “Open with”

3. In the third step, after locating your file, right click on it and click “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Choosing the software to open your file

4. After choosing the “Open with” option, you will have an option to choose the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software you have downloaded. Click on the software and click “OK”. Congratulations! You have opened your file on Mac.

How to open a .XFB file on Linux

To open the .xfb file on Linux, please follow these 4 easy steps.

1. In the first step you need to download the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software. You will be using this software in order to open the file. You can also use Apple Xserve RAID Admin software.

Step 2

Step 2: Locate the .XFB file

2. In the second step you need to locate the downloaded file. If you don’t remember where you have downloaded your file to, you should check your /download/ folder as it usually gets automatically saved there.

Step 3

Step 3: Hover over the “Open with” button

3. In the third step right click on your file and choose “Open with”.

Step 4

Step 4: Open the file choosing the software

4. In the fourth step, after clicking “Open with”, you should see the Apple Xserve RAID Admin software that you have downloaded. Click on the software and click “OK”. Congratulations! You have opened your file on Linux.

Still cannot open the .XFB file?

If you are still unable to open the .XFB file, it might be because you are trying to open the wrong one. There are many similar file extensions that look like the .XFB file.xfd – UWI, .xfd – JetForm, .xfdf – Adobe Systems, .xfdl – UWI, .xfl – Adobe Systems. You might be trying to open one of them. Please recheck the file extension again.

Conclusion

In this article you have learned how to open the .XFB file with the Apple Xserve RAID Admin program on Windows, Apple Xserve RAID Admin program on Mac and Apple Xserve RAID Admin software on Linux.