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Presto may refer to:
- Presto, Bolivia, a town
- Presto, Idaho, unincorporated community named after pioneer Presto Burrell
- Presto, Pennsylvania
- Presto is an Italian tempo performance direction indicating that a passage may be played with extreme speed.
- Presto the Magician, featured in the Dungeons & Dragons animated TV series
- Presto the Tadpole, a pet featured in the game Insaniquarium Deluxe
- Presto (company), an Australian streaming company co-owned by Foxtel and Seven West Media
- Presto (film), a 2008 short film from Pixar
- Presto! Recording Studios
- Presto (album), by Canadian rock band Rush
- Rinspeed Presto, a Swiss concept car that could stretch itself between 2-seat and 4-seat configurations
- Hyundai Excel, a car also known as the Hyundai Presto in South Korea
- National Presto Industries, manufacturer of Presto pressure cookers and other small kitchen appliances
- Presto (UK supermarket), a food store chain in the United Kingdom from the early 1960s until 1998
- Presto (tablet), an Intel-based Android tablet by E la Carte
- Presto (operating system), a fast Linux-based OS by Xandros
- Presto (layout engine), used in old versions of the Opera web browser
- Presto Studios, a computer game development company
- Presto (SQL query engine), a distributed, "big data" SQL query engine
- Presto, a pseudonym of Jonathan Swift
- Presto!, an ATM network owned and operated by Publix Super Markets, Inc.
- Presto card, a smartcard-based fare payment system used in the metropolitan areas of Toronto, Ottawa, and Hamilton, Canada
- Great Taste Coffee Makers, also known as Presto, a Philippine Basketball Association team
- Earl "Presto" Johnson, American magician
- Presto, a type of self-rising flour popular in the New York Metropolitan Area
- Presto, later name of the tug Empire Sara
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