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How to Split Files & Join Files?

How to Split Files & Join Files?

PCBooster Free File Splitter Joiner is a free file splitter that is specially designed for splitting any big files (audio, video, images, compressed files, EXE, documents, etc.) into smaller pieces for easier management. After the split files are copied or moved into the desired source, the free file joiner software is capable of joining the split chunks in the same directory, leaving them in the same state they were before being separated. This really troubleshoots your large size problems.


How to Use PCBooster Free File Splitter Joiner to Split Files & Join Files?

Step 1Split File

Launch PCBooster Free File Splitter Joiner and click "Select input file" in the "Split" pane to choose a file you want to split up into several small parts. Click "Select folder" to specify an output folder to save the split files.

Then you can choose maximum size for split file from "Floppy disc (1.44MB)", 74-minute CD_ROM (650MB), "100MB" and "80-minute CD_ROM (700MB)". If you want to define the size by yourself, check "User-defined size" and click the button to increase/decrease the size or just enter the figure in the size box.

When everything is ready, click "Start" button and wait until PCBooster Free File Splitter Joiner popups the message - Split job is completed!


Tip: please remember that this file splitter does NOT split a video file into smaller video clips that you can then play separately. It simply looks at the data and pulls it apart. In order to open the file again, you have to RE-JOIN them.

Split File

Step 2Join Files

Switch to "Join" tab. Click "Select input file" to choose one of the split files. Click "Select folder" to specify an output folder to save the joined file. When everything is ready, click "Start" button and wait until PCBooster Free File Splitter Joiner popups the message - Join job is completed!


Tip: you don't have to choose the first file chunk. Instead, any of them will do.

Join Files