Cut any file into auto calculated parts able to be merged automatically, with GSplit

GSplit is a free, reliable and powerful program that will help you split a large file (like executables, Zip archives, disk images, multimedia files, large images, etc…) into a set of smaller files (pieces).

After that you will be able to copy these pieces to floppy disks or other removable media disks, distribute them over the Internet or networks, send them by email (avoid file size restrictions imposed by some servers), upload them to host accounts, file delivery services, online file hosting sites, etc., that have restrictions on file sizes. These pieces can be re-united even by users who don’t have GSplit installed on their computer.

Features: Two basic splitting options: disk spanned (split into a set of files varying in size auto-calculated by GSplit based on available free disk space and saved immediately to spannable removable disks) or blocked (split into a set of same sized split files). You may enter the size for each piece, the number of pieces you want to obtain, or the number of lines/occurrences of a pattern. * GSplit creates a small stand-alone executable file that will put all of the pieces back together. * When a piece is corrupted, you are notified about it, so you just need to get a new copy of that piece, not the whole set.

Split files bigger than 4 GB. * Customize piece files according to your needs (size, filenames, title, author…), leave additional space on disks, create pieces without tags or with custom headers (useful for text-based files like large server log or CSV files). * Support splitting multiple files back-to-back in one time. * Batch and command line options for automation or build environments. * Multilanguage support. * Pause/resume the splitting operation. * Keep settings into profiles, automatically try to find out the best splitting settings… * Integrate Windows Explorer to let you split your files directly from the context menu, and more…