From the developer: ""Have you ever had a large file that you have wanted to back up onto floppy disks, CDs or Zip disks, copy to another computer, email to someone who's email box is not large enough to hold the file or distribute reliably over the Internet? PhileSplitter allows you to split a file into a number of smaller pieces which can later be re-assembled to make the original file. Suppose you wanted to distribute a large file over the Internet. If something goes wrong, the user loses everything they've downloaded so far. Most people do not have file resumers, plus these are incompatible with many servers. Using PhileSplitter you can split the file into small pieces and generate a script that will re-assemble the file once the user has downloaded all the pieces. PhileSplitter will even generate a web page for people to download and decompress these pieces if you want it to! Using PhileSplitter you can split to a folder on your hard disk or span across floppies, CDs or Zip disks. You can split just a single file (very large file sizes are supported, up to 800 TB is supported in theory!) or split groups of files and folders. PhileSplitter has it's own built in CAB compression and encryption if you wish to use them to save time switching between programs. Other features include cancelling operations part way to resume later, improved progress bars with estimated time remaining, piece sizes between 10 KB and 4 GB supported and shell extensions. PhileSplitter 2003 now comes with plug-in support, and a variety of expansions will be available in the future to enhance the software. This will include new script generators to support assembly under a variety of different operating systems (MS-DOS and Windows script generation is included as standard). It has a very easy to use wizard-based interface, complete with online help.""
|License||Free to try|
|File Size||2.78 MB|
|Operating System||Windows Me Windows Windows 98 Windows XP Windows 2000 Windows 95 Windows NT|
|System Requirements||Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP, Visual Basic Runtimes|