Quickly split large compressed files, in .ZIP format, into several smaller archive fragments, with this simple to use application.
- Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software
- Version :7.0
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :Sobolsoft
Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software Description
Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software is a reliable program designed to help you divide large .ZIP files, into smaller ones. The application is easy to use and can split the archives into several files, while maintaining them as compressed folders. It can automatically calculate the number and size of the segments.
Large file splitter
Large files, even compressed ones can be difficult to handle, to transfer and require several seconds or even minutes to be de-compressed. Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software can help you in case you wish to divide one or more .ZIP format archives into smaller segments, for easier management.
The program can automatically analyze the size and count of segments it can create, before performing the task. Moreover, it can maintain the compressed state for all the new files it generates. The resulting files are as much as possible equal in size, depending on the original archive.
Variation of file sizes and numbers
Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software can process each file based on its individual size. Although it supports handling several items at the same time, the program analyzes each one before performing the task, in order to adjust its settings to the requirements. Thus, the size and number of the resulting files varies from one archive to another.
The program can automatically calculate the aforementioned parameters, meaning you cannot manually select the size or count of resulting files. Moreover, the contents of each input file are divided into the smaller archives in an apparently random order, so that the end results may feature similar sizes.
Split Zip File Into Multiple Smaller Files Software divides the input file based on the sizes of the contained files. Thus, the minimum size of a resulting archive needs to be larger than the largest file contained in the input .ZIP. Otherwise, the program creates a single output file, basically creating a copy of the original.