KSH File Extension

File Type

Unix Korn Shell Script




Executable Files





Basic information about the KSH file

KSH is the extension given to files that are used in 1 operating systems such as: Linux. The KSH extension was originally developed for the Unix application. This is an application developed by The Open Group. Additionally, KSH files can be handled by applications like Korn Shell.

The structure of such files is typical of Executable Files. 140 file types are given the KSH extension, but most often they are not compatible and you must use a different application to handle each of them. The Unix Korn Shell Script file format and the Unix program were developed by N/A. Modification or reading of files with the name Unix Korn Shell Script in many cases is done in the Unix program.

Tools that you can use to work with KSH files

KSH File Extension

KSH File Tools

What tools you can use?

We present some basic free online tools that work with KSH. They will help you use your KSH file in the way you want. You will be able to open, preview, edit or convert your KSH file.

KSH File Opener

KSH opener is one of the most used tools. You will learn a few ways to open your KSH file. Opening the KSH file allows you not only to view its contents, but also to perform various processes and changes to the file.

KSH File Viewer

To view the contents of the KSH file use the KSH Viewer tool instead of installing special software. Go to the subpage, select your KSH file you want to view and our tool will show you what the file contains

KSH File Converter

Try to convert the KSH file to a different format if problems arise while working with the KSH file. The KSH file converted to the new format may have more options for editing or processing the data contained in it.

KSH File Editor

KSH editor allows you to edit the data contained in the file. Sometimes you need to be able to fully edit the contents of the KSH file, in which case you may need to install dedicated software. Go to our editor to learn more about editing the KSH file.



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