What is a key file and how do I open a key file?
The file extension .KEY indicates a Key file. It contains encryption or license keys. KEY file content is combined with a password. No computer volume can be mounted without the correct Key file. KEY files are also known as Keynote Presentation files. The Keynote software began as a computer program for Steve Jobs, Apple CEO to use in creating the presentations for Macworld Conference and Expo and other Apple keynote events. They are categorized as data files and are normally used by Apple, Inc. These files refer to the presentations that were generated using Apple's Keynote presentation software wherein they contain slides, XML data, texts, images and transitions that are mostly used in a certain presentation. KEY files are usually found in the Mac OS X package format. The main application associated with KEY files is the Apple Keynote 5.1 and this is an application that allows users to create presentations. It is a useful application for the creation of incredible presentations in a fast and easy manner. This software is the one responsible for the creation of a unique slide show. With this, the KEY files used by the application contribute greatly to the creation of better presentations utilizing the software. Since the Apple Keynote 5.1 only runs on MAC, KEY files used by the software can also be opened on MAC using the said software. Apple began selling Keynote 2.0 as of 2005 in conjunction with Pages, a new word processing and page layout application, in a software package called iWork.
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