Split large files into smaller files with GSplit

GSplit is a freeware application that lets you split your large files, like the self-Extracting archives, Zip archives, disk images, multimedia, music, video, backup, image, archive, log, large text, etc, into a set of smaller files called pieces.

These pieces are easier to:

– Copy to floppy or any removable media disks.
– Distribute over the Internet, networks.
– Send by email
– Archive to CD, DVD, USB Flash drive and strick, Zip disk, and any other storage device.
– Upload to host accounts, file delivery services, online file hosting sites, who have restrictions on file sizes.
– Share with friends, colleagues or other users through networks and the Internet.
– Exchange using Instant Messaging programs.

A portable edition of GSplit is also available with no required installation. Run the portable file splitter directly from any removable disk like a USB flash drive and that’s all. Settings are also saved directly on the storage media, not on the computer.

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Anand Khanse is the Admin of TheWindowsClub.com, a 10-year Microsoft MVP Awardee in Windows (2006-16) & a Windows Insider MVP. Please read the entire post & the comments first, create a System Restore Point before making any changes to your system & be careful about any 3rd-party offers while installing freeware.


  1. Steve Silverwood

    Both WinZip and WinRAR provide for creating “split” archive files already. When creating a new archive, there’s an option to split the file into segments of whatever size you wish. WinRAR also provides for creating self-extracting segmented archives, not sure if WinZIP does. I don’t know if the freeware 7Zip provides this capability, as I’ve never tried it, and don’t have it installed right now, but it’s something to try out. //Steve//

  2. nice tool.. thnk u…

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