Files have been growing in size at an impressive rate. Between movies, music, presentations and databases, we often find ourselves struggling to e-mail, ftp or back up large files.
Splitty enables you to reliably divide large files into smaller manageable files that can be easily transferred over the Internet, or stored on
DVDs, CDs, USB flash drives and other modest storage media.
Splitty is not just another file splitter, it has been optimized for performance, security and reliability. Splitty uses a checksum algorithm to insure data integrity and breaks the 4GB barrier to let you split files of virtually any size.
A self-extracting feature is also included to facilitate the distribution of split files and recover the original file without Splitty.
Drag the files you want to split from Explorer and drop them onto Splitty, then click on the split button and leave the rest to Splitty.
SplittyLite is a special edition of Splitty with a reduced feature set:
A copy of SplittyLite is included in the Splitty package but you can also download it here:
Added support for Windows XP features, the ability to split files by number of split files, and context-sensitive help.
Added support for regional settings and changed the minimum Windows NT system requirement from v3.51 to v4.0.
Added an option to create self-extracting split files. These can be archived and distributed more easily because Splitty is not required to merge them back together.
Added the ability to set the size of split files to use all available disk space in the destination folder.
Enhanced the user interface for removable media, added support for disk partitions larger than 4GB where available (NT, 95-OSR2, or later), and other minor adjustments.
Now supports NT v3.51 and possibly earlier versions.
Added Install/Uninstall, support for floppy disk operations, split files verification, and enhanced data validation (although there haven't been any complaints).
The following older versions are available to licensees for downloading: