The TSV suffix identifies a data file whose values are separated by a tab instead of the more frequently used comma. It looks like a csv file. For these files, the extension tdl is used. The data can be imported by most spreadsheets, although the files are not directly supported.
TSV files are simple text files that can be opened and edited in any text editor.
Most often resolving problems with opening TSV files is very simple. Just install an appropriate program that supports such files. All of the listed programs support TSV files, but may vary in offered function and purpose. Some programs may be capable only of viewing contents of TSV files or offer file conversion options, but may not be capable of editing such files.
It is possible that although a compatible program has been installed on user’s system, it is not used by the system to open it. This may happen because no default application was associated with this type of files. To associate TSV files with given application, select "Open with" from drop-down menu (accessed by right-clicking on the file). Then select from the list the program or application you want to be used to open this type of file. If the Microsoft Excel applications is not on the list, select "Browse" option in order to manually locate the directory where Microsoft Excel has been installed.
Sometimes problems with opening TSV files may not lie with the application itself, but can arise due to other causes, such as: