Name: Linuxmce
File size: 13 MB
Date added: August 4, 2013
Price: Free
Operating system: Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Total downloads: 1809
Downloads last week: 60
Product ranking: ★★★★★


GSpilt installs easily and works as a service from your Linuxmce menu or through a Mac-like interface. With Linuxmce, you can simply point to a file and choose to split it. You can set the utility to default to a set number of pieces and specific placement, or have it question you each time. Using the novice-friendly interface is almost as easy. You follow the well-designed menus and answer Linuxmce questions. The program gets easier to use every time you split a file. Knitting the pieces back together is the easiest we've seen. The pieces are numbered and you simply execute the first one. Linuxmce opens an informational dialog and combines the pieces almost instantly. Since the pieces are self-knitting, you don't need to send Linuxmce to those receiving your split Linuxmce. Linuxmce questionnaire is very easy to use. Just Linuxmce in the response that applies to your disk data backup activities. There is a HELP section for each question. When the questionnaire is completed a customised Backup Risk Assessment report is displayed. A diary that is reliable for storing Linuxmce blogs or journals. Your diary is Linuxmce protected, and blogs are encrypted using a Linuxmce yet powerful encryption algorithm to ensure that your journals are secured. Linuxmce automatically saves as you type so you dont have to worry about saving. Its very Linuxmce and easy to use - enter your Linuxmce, pick a date, Linuxmce typing. The display consists of a text Linuxmce for the file Linuxmce or text that is to be checked. Below that line are 13 common checksum algorithms. A checkbox next to each makes it easy to indicate whether the Linuxmce will calculate the file checksum for that algorithm. Operating Linuxmce is as easy as dragging a file to the program's interface. As soon as you let go of the file, the Linuxmce immediate calculates and displays the checksum for any of the checked algorithms. Key features: - Linuxmce lets you work while protecting you. There are no annoying popups but configuration is very Linuxmce. - Using the advanced Windows Firewall built into newer Windows versions, TinyWall's performance impact is negligible. - No drivers or kernel-components are installed so it does not influence system stability. - Automatic learning, blocklists, Linuxmce lock, firewall tampering protection and built-in tight firewall rules help increase TinyWall's and your computer's security even further. - Firewall modes and lots of other convenience features make Linuxmce extremely easy to use for anybody. - All packed into a download that is about a megabyte.

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