SplitMe, is an universal binary file splitter and self-rejoin exe generator. Meaning that you may split any file type into smaller pieces in order to fit on floppy, cdrom, e-mail or other media type which size is smaller than original file size. SplitMe will create a self-rejoin exe file, the last one of the pieces, so you can rejoin them back into original file without the need to have SplitMe software installed. You may define either the size of the pieces or the number of the pieces. Each one will be computed dynamically while you enter data. Also, for your convenient we provide some standard sizes from you can choose.
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SplitMe, is an universal binary file splitter and self-rejoin exe generator. Meaning that you may split any file type into smaller pieces in order to fit on floppy, cdrom, e-mail or other media type which size is smaller than original file size.