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Windows (All Versions)
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Publisher's Descriptions
SplitZilla splits files into smaller chunks for storing or transferring files where file size limitations are necessary. It splits any file type and rejoins them with the use of a batch file that can be double clicked to rejoin the chunks. (this is not the same type of software as an audio/video splitter)


Splits files up to 2,147,483,647 bytes (2GB) in size.
Make batch file for rebuilding.

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