Fun With Freeware 1

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3 programs designed to help you reduce large data files to small enough chunks to fit onto floppy disks and one program to use if someone sends you a split file that lacks a built in merge facility to put it back together again.  
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BreakFile BreakFile is a utility that makes it easy to split large files into smaller files. This enables the files to easily copied to floppy disks or transferred via e-mail. The program supports all standard diskette sizes ( 1.44MB, 1.2MB, 2.88MB, Iomega Zip 100 disks etc) , as well as custom file sizes. It can split either binary or text files using an intuitive graphical user interface that makes splitting files easy. There is a merge facility to enable reassembly at the receiving end.
Win9x/NT 1504 kilobytes
Unicorn Software
JLC SplitIt 3.2  A minimalist file-splitting application, very useful if space on your hard drive is limited.

Win9x/NT 210 kilobytes
Justin Crowell. Los Angeles, California, USA
QFileSplitter QFSplitter is a small, file splitter utility program that  auto-creates a batch file for merge so that you can put split files back together.;
To download the latest version in zip format:
Win 9x 230 kilobytes
Mesut Akcan


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