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Updated: March 6, 2018

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Additional links: mkeyb file extension details, trk file extension details

MKEYB

An mkeyb file extension is related to the CompeGPS Land and used for its registration key files.

TRK

Some files with trk file extension can also be related to Garmin PCX5 GPS software and used to store track data.

A trk file suffix is related to the IL-2 Sturmovik video game. A trk file stores track data.

A trk file extension is related to the CompeGPS Land program. A trk file contains track.

Files with trk extension include tracks created in Mixman Studio.

The trk file extension is related to the Train Dispatcher a traffic control simulation software.

 

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