Easily and quickly join two or more files together to create a new document or video that contains all the information in the same place with this app.
- Version :1.6.6
- License :Trial
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Marek Dlapa
Irrespective of whether you took notes on different notepads that you could not find at the right time or you want to combine the small videos you shot on the beach so that the clip makes sense, there is a fair chance you are looking for a solution to join the files together.
JoinFiles is a small and intuitive piece of software that enables you to merge as many files as you and save them under a name that makes them easy to identify in just a few clicks.
Includes a minimal and rugged GUI
The utility comes with a simplistic interface that includes a dedicated panel that enables you to view the files that you are about to join as well as the functions available. Even though it is not much to look at, the UI is intuitive and should not present any issues, even for first-time users.
In this case, the functions are rather basic and entail adding, deleting and moving files up or down the list. In addition, the tool includes a save as function that allows you to specify the name and extension for the newly created file.
Simple and straightforward functionality
The idea behind the application is to enable you to combine two or more files so that all data is in the same place and thus, you can find what you are looking for faster. It is necessary to mention that the program does not present any restrictions in terms of file formats, so you can merge anything from TXT files to DVD movies and anything else you can think of.
On the other hand, you should know that the tool does not include a splitter function, as it is very likely that you also want to do more when manipulating documents and videos. Then again, the app does not delete the original files, so you can access them whenever you need.
A simple and efficient file merger
If you are looking for a solution that allows you to quickly join any types of files, then perhaps JoinFiles might be worth a try.