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split large files into smaller pieces GSplit is a powerful file splitter that lets you split your large files (like Self-Extracting and Zip archives, multimedia, song, music, picture, document files...) into a set of smaller files called pieces. These pieces are easier to copy to floppies, distribute over the Internet or through E-mail, share with friends or colleagues, archive to Zip disks or CDs. The pieces can be easily combined, using the generated Self-Uniting Executable, that automatically restores the original file for you without requiring GUnite. GSplit also includes advanced features like different splitting methods (blocked or spanned disks pieces), CRC32 checks (detects file corruption), splitting logs, keep file information, create specific pieces with your own names and shell integration, Copyright

Product Details

Publisher G.D.G. Software (3) Price Free
Version 3.0.1 Last updated Feb 12, 2009
File Size 1.47 Mb Requirements None

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Splitting hairs 5 stars by gimpguy Sep 18, 2008 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
After trying some other splitters recently, I was ready to give up but this has changed my mind! Now this is an awesome splitter and rejoining is easy as can be, no issues, no freezes, and FREE? Absolutely a 5 rating here! show Review details
Gsplit is incredible 5 stars by billspaced May 21, 2007 (Read all my 3 reviews)
I needed a quick way to send (through email!) a 400 MB file -- Gsplit was the ticket! It made incredibly fast work of the file splitting chore and the uniting .exe made rejoining the files a snap! Thanks so much for this excellent application. I will use it again and again. show Review details
G-split is a g-reat program 5 stars by JURYCOM Oct 23, 2006 (Read all my 43 reviews)
Can you believe it? This program is given away for free. It is so good, quick, complete and reliable that giving it away makes no sense. Snap(files) it up before they start charging for it. You won't regret it. show Review details
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