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Top 6 Keynote for Windows Alternative in 2024

Melissa Lee updated on Mar 20, 2024 | Home > PDF Knowledge Center | min read

You see a fantastic presentation, and you are in awe of it. Later on, you asked the presentation owner to send the presentation to you as a reference. The owner complies happily and sends it to you. However, when you try to open it using your Windows product, you are in dismay: it's a Keynote file, and you can't open it!

The case above is an unfortunate case where Keynote file extension becomes a problem for us. Thankfully, there are Windows alternatives for Keynote that allow us to open or convert them to the file format that is most suitable for us. For this reason, we will be presenting alternatives to Keynote for Windows here.

Top 6 Keynote Alternative for Windows

Plenty of software can be an alternative to Keynote for Windows that can convert files and give results as impressive as Keynote. Check them out below!

1. LibreOffice Impress

LibreOffice is an open-source Keynote alternative that users can use to open Keynote files and convert them to files compatible with Windows. It offers compatibility with files such as PPT, PPTX, DOCX, and many more. All you need is to find the type of file that suits you the most.

Besides conversion, you can also edit the files using the Edit, View, and Insert feature seen at the most top part of the main toolbar. 



  • Offer different styles of editing layout for the user's comfort
  • Has lots of drawing and diagramming tools
  • Has a unique Slide
  • Show mode for presentation

Compatibility: Windows, Mac, Linux

2. Prezi

Prezi is an online alternative to Keynote. What makes Prezi unique is how you edit your presentation. Instead of editing them slide-by-slide, you can edit the presentation on one colossal page and import the content on the section given by Prezi. Then, when you do your presentation, Prezi will zoom in to the said section and show your content. Pretty unique, isn't it?



  • Prezi gives an aesthetic template
  • Drag-and-drop system
  • Online presentation mode

Compatibility: Online

3. Canva

Suppose you are inexperienced with editing presentations and depend on Keynote's easy interface, in that case, Canva is the perfect replacement for it. It is an online graphic tool that allows you to create presentations easily and quickly by using its built-in templates. Once the editing is done, you can download the files and share them easily with others. Do you want to make your layout? No problem, since you can do so too in Canva!



  • Offer templates that you can use for various occasions
  • Offer collaboration options
  • It has lots of features for all types of files

Compatibility: Online

4. Google Slides

You can opt for Google Slides for your alternative to Keynote for those who are constantly on different devices. By using Google Slides, all you need to do is open a blank slide and start importing your content. In addition, Google Slides loads easily, so there is no need for you to wait for a long time every time you upload new content. It does, however, depend on your internet connection.

Google Slides


  • Users can access it anywhere as long as we have our Google accounts
  • Friendly interface
  • More than one user can edit the presentation at the same time

Compatibility: Online

5. Powtoon

Powtoon is another online presentation website that can be a great alternative to Keynote for Windows users. Like the other websites mentioned above, Powtoon offers beautiful templates that can be used as material for your presentation. There is no need to worry about running out of templates because Powtoon makes sure they cover each one of your needs. If you are interested in it, check out their category section!



  • Offer video template gallery with lots of categories
  • Has cloud sharing for collaboration
  • Allow users to save the presentation in any format

Compatibility: Online

6. Piktochart

Do you need software that can replace Keynote for your heavy-data content? Look no more because Piktochart is here to the rescue. This software has a template and other features that are related to presentation-making. However, Its template aims to make your data look appealing and understandable when presented to the public. So don't be surprised if you see colorful flyers and report templates when you open the website!



  • Has templates that make data look easy to understand
  • You can access it on any device
  • Offer video tutorials for beginners

Compatibility: Online

How to View Keynote File on Windows PC

If you still insist on viewing Keynote on Windows, then you can use EaseUS PDF Editor. Although it's a PDF editor, it offers more than that. The software provides its users with different ways to view files even though it's not PDF. We can see an image, a document, a presentation - all by using this Windows PDF editor. What if the file is a Keynote file? Don't worry, because you can open it using this program once it's converted to PPT! Here are the steps to do it:

Step 1. Open your Keynote file on Mac.

Step 2. Choose "File", then "Export To". Next, pick a PowerPoint file extension (you can add a password if you want).

That's it, and you're done! Then, you can view the converted file via this program on your Windows PC.

Besides opening different files, this software also allows its users to convert the file to PDF and edit them to make the file look appealing. So, using this program, you will have a file viewer, converter, and PDF editor, all in one software! Here are some of the amazing features:

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  • Offer protection by giving a password to your files
  • Split, merge, and rearrange PDF pages
  • Convert files from PDF to other formats (and vice versa)
  • It has a scanner for reading the non-document files
  • Allow users to add elements for PDF forms


Keynote is excellent software, but not all devices can easily open all of its files on other devices. There are, however, alternatives to Keynote for Windows you can try, and in this post, we have listed the top 6 Keynote alternatives for you to choose.

About the Author

author Melissa Lee

Melissa Lee

Melissa is a sophisticated editor for EaseUS in tech blog writing. She is proficient in writing articles related to screen recording, voice changing, and PDF file editing. She also wrote blogs about data recovery, disk partitioning, and data backup, etc.

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