ABOUT: It is 100% free, but you can also purchase premium accounts.
THE PROBLEM: Want to find a reliable program to split and join large documents, but keep costs down? This free tool fits the bill.
Split and Join is an easy-to-use free tool that will help you to quickly split large document files into smaller pieces, and join them back into one. This free utility can split documents based on any number of files, but a maximum of 9 GB of file size can be split. If you want to split a larger file, then you will need to purchase a premium account.
NEW in version 2.0
NEW: Speed of document splitting can now be adjusted to your needs.
NEW: Improved ease-of-use.
NEW: Document size limits in GB, and best file splitter, can be selected from within application menu.
WHAT IT IS: A free tool designed to split large documents into smaller pieces and join them back into one. It can split documents based on any number of files, but a maximum of 9 GB of file size can be split. If you want to split a larger file, then you will need to purchase a premium account.
PROBLEM: Want to split large document files into smaller pieces, and then save them to your disk?
HOW TO USE IT: Open the application from your Windows 8 Start screen or Windows Desktop, or any other Windows 8 application, by searching for the program name. The application will appear in a tile-like window, where it will automatically ask you to select the file you want to split.
Once the file has been selected, then you can choose to split the file or select split a file. The application will ask you the number of pieces you want to split, and then how you want to arrange those pieces. The file will be split into pieces, and then you will be able to move or copy the pieces to any location you wish.
Once the pieces have been moved to the correct location, you can join them back together into one by clicking on the join button in the application, or you can choose to save them to disk.
Note: If you don’t find the application in the list of programs that start with Windows, just search for the program name. The application will then appear in the search results.
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