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Large File Splitter: Split And Unite Any File With Ease

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

 Large File Splitter is a freeware for Windows that supports an integrated MD5 checksum to warrant the correct reconstruction of the original file. It supports automatic rebuild with/without external batch file and can encrypt files with AES algorithm providing user data security.

 Large File Splitter is simple to use. Download (774KB) and install the application. Run it and select a supported file that you want to split up. Then choose a fragment size (you can enter custom size in MB, KB and Bytes, or choose a pre-defind one (CD-R, Pen drive) from the drop-down list).

Large File Splitter offers two types of file splitting. One is split file with integrity checksum (it requires Large File Splitter to unite files) and other is split file with external batch file to rebuild the file (it doesn’t require Large File Splitter to unite files) Choose desired one from the menu. It will split up your file.

To rebuild fragmented files, choose the first fragment file (f0x) and click rebuild file option (see image).That’s it.


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