Use Gsplit for Fragmenting the Big Files to Smaller Pieces
Usually sending files having big size is always a problem for many users. The other problem is sending the files, and the users also have to keep confirming if the recipient received the files, which the user has sent, especially if the file size is too large.
If this is the problem that has been disturbing you for long, you can opt for an alternate solution by probably considering using an application of file splitter known as GSplit, which will split the large files into smaller number of files known as pieces.
GSplit comes free to the users. It is a versatile as well as reliable file splitter. Using GSplit, the users can split large files in various formats for example music, zip archives, images, video, documents, backup file, etc mainly based on the user-specified parameters.
The process of splitting is quite simple. The users just have to select the desired file, and then choose the destination folder in which they want to keep the split files. Then they can proceed further to the process of splitting. When the process of splitting is completed, automatically an executable file will be created by GSplit.
Splitting will be done by GSplit into two basic options of file splitting: disk spanned and blocked. With the disk spanned option, GSplit will split desired file chosen by the user in size which is automatically calculated by GSplit itself and is based on the availability of free disk space.
Users can split files into a group which consists of same size files by opting for blocked option. As for example, the users can split 500MB file to 5 pieces of files for 100MB each. Other notable features provided by GSplit are that it stores file properties such as file dates, file attribute, which is quite easy to restore.
Users desiring to do send files more easily can download GSplit from Here.