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NoVirusThanks File Splitter & Joiner: Split Big Files With Easy

Large files often pose as a problem when you have to move them from your computer to a removable media or to a CD/VD. NoVirusThanks File Splitter & Joiner comes to your rescue in such situations with its capability to fragment large files and later unite the fragments flawlessly.

With its user-friendly interface, users can split or join files very easily. Just select a file that you want to split, choose a destination folder, choose file size in MB or KB, and then click Split button.

Similarly, you can join the split files very easily. It is also lightweight in memory and lets you split file in custom chunk.

It is useful, for example, to save a big file (10GB or more) on CD/DVD/USB disks or to share a large file over the internet (so that the upload and download process can run faster).

You can download latest version of NoVirusThanks File Splitter & Joiner at developer’s website.


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