Split files into equal volumes and swiftly reconstruct the original files by just indicating the first volume, using this speedy tool.
- CodeInventors Pieces
- Version :1.06
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Jonathan Clark
CodeInventors Pieces Description
CodeInventors Pieces is a tool you can use to split large files into smaller pieces, as well as to merge them back together. It’s capable of cutting files into equally sized parts.
Split files into equal volumes
The main application window has a clear-cut structure. After picking a file to split, you can set a new destination for the parts or use the source’s location, as well as view the original file size and specify a new one for each part (in bytes, kilobytes, megabytes, or gigabytes). The number of total parts is automatically calculated by the app, enabling you to make adjustments.
The new volumes retain the original file’s name as the base and get suffixes with auto incrementation. They are unusable in this form, so, after spreading them across multiple devices to move them to another computer, the parts must be joined using CodeInventors Pieces.
Quickly reconstruct the original file
In order to merge files, it’s necessary to indicate the first volume and keep the remaining ones in the same directory, in order to be auto-identified and processed by the program. Just like in the joiner’s case, you can set a new location or reconstruct the original file in the same folder as the volumes. Moreover, you can instruct the tool to delete them on task completion.
As far as additional options are concerned, it’s possible to adjust the copy buffer, ask the utility to remember the file and folder names and open the folder location on task completion, as well as enable or disable audio and visual notifications.
Evaluation and conclusion
Even when processing large files, the program carried out jobs quickly in our tests, without hanging, crashing or prompting error messages. It left a small footprint on system resources.
To sum it up, CodeInventors Pieces turns out to be a reliable assistant for splitting and joining files, and it can be seamlessly handled by anyone.