KFK KFK 3.23.0.58 for Windows

by KC Softwares

Avg. Rating 3.8 (44 votes)

File Details

File Size 3.5 MB
License Freeware
Operating System Windows (All)
Date Added
Total Downloads 5,078
Publisher KC Softwares
Homepage KFK

Publisher's Description

KFK is a very usefull software in everyday use of a computer. It can split large files into smaller files and rebuild them. It is very usefull when you want to store large files on floppy disk.

This download is for the Lite installer. It does not contain any sponsor.

Latest Reviews

VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v3.22.0.57 on Feb 5, 2019

Oh good - just what I needed -- a way to span my 120gig blue-ray movie file onto a bunch a 1.44mb floppy disks.

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v3.15.0.45 on Mar 19, 2014

WTF..??????????????????????????
In todays world, A small file is 500Mb.. A large file is Upwards of 1.5Gb.
This app musta been posted for a bet. Maybe even ready for April 1st (fools)

Don't get me wrong tho... I still use CD's, DvD's & Floppys....... For DOS.
Even as a freebie I can't see this being much use. HALF* for being cheeky... ^_^

Zero-Point

Zero-Point reviewed v3.12.0.37 on Aug 22, 2008

Works as stated, a little clunky. With this it allows the user to burn to CD at the same time without another step.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v3.3.0.14 on Oct 2, 2003

Ok, it is freeware. But I think, that this tool is not necessarily meaningful. So can WinZIP, 7-Zip (Freeware) or WinRAR also split files AND additionally it pack this files, that is better than this "KFK" tool.
Sorry for this rate.

virtorio

virtorio reviewed v3.0.2.9 Beta 4 on Aug 4, 2003

You can also split files larger than a cd, and then burn them to cd.

cees2000

cees2000 reviewed v3.0.7 Beta 2 on Jul 30, 2003

Great!!!!!!!!

let's all go back to the StoneAge! :-))

sal_undy

sal_undy reviewed v3.0.1 Beta 1 on Jul 23, 2003

What's a floppy disk?

oboogie

oboogie reviewed v2.1 on May 19, 2002

Better watch out for this one! The installer is just one "small" and really annoying ADVERTISING programs that will download the REAL setup from their site.

khartoum

khartoum reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Of course, preceding Winzip was PKZip for DOS... or any other of a myriad of such compression utilities.

However, having said that, simple file cutters which allow you to recreate the file without needing Winzip, or other such programs, will always have their place. I like batch file solutions personally.

esee

esee reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Why do they bother writing this stuff?
Anyone who needed this functionality has had it in Winzip for years.

Avg. Rating 3.8 (44 votes)
Your Rating
VictorAnderson

VictorAnderson reviewed v3.22.0.57 on Feb 5, 2019

Pros: Technically it works -- for what it's worth.

Cons: stupid a worthless app in 2019

Bottom Line: Oh good - just what I needed -- a way to span my 120gig blue-ray movie file onto a bunch a 1.44mb floppy disks.

BANDIT-

BANDIT- reviewed v3.15.0.45 on Mar 19, 2014

WTF..??????????????????????????
In todays world, A small file is 500Mb.. A large file is Upwards of 1.5Gb.
This app musta been posted for a bet. Maybe even ready for April 1st (fools)

Don't get me wrong tho... I still use CD's, DvD's & Floppys....... For DOS.
Even as a freebie I can't see this being much use. HALF* for being cheeky... ^_^

Zero-Point

Zero-Point reviewed v3.12.0.37 on Aug 22, 2008

Works as stated, a little clunky. With this it allows the user to burn to CD at the same time without another step.

Bachalor

Bachalor reviewed v3.3.0.14 on Oct 2, 2003

Ok, it is freeware. But I think, that this tool is not necessarily meaningful. So can WinZIP, 7-Zip (Freeware) or WinRAR also split files AND additionally it pack this files, that is better than this "KFK" tool.
Sorry for this rate.

virtorio

virtorio reviewed v3.0.2.9 Beta 4 on Aug 4, 2003

You can also split files larger than a cd, and then burn them to cd.

cees2000

cees2000 reviewed v3.0.7 Beta 2 on Jul 30, 2003

Great!!!!!!!!

let's all go back to the StoneAge! :-))

sal_undy

sal_undy reviewed v3.0.1 Beta 1 on Jul 23, 2003

What's a floppy disk?

oboogie

oboogie reviewed v2.1 on May 19, 2002

Better watch out for this one! The installer is just one "small" and really annoying ADVERTISING programs that will download the REAL setup from their site.

khartoum

khartoum reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Of course, preceding Winzip was PKZip for DOS... or any other of a myriad of such compression utilities.

However, having said that, simple file cutters which allow you to recreate the file without needing Winzip, or other such programs, will always have their place. I like batch file solutions personally.

esee

esee reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Why do they bother writing this stuff?
Anyone who needed this functionality has had it in Winzip for years.

darkmuck

darkmuck reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Why not just use Can Manager (freeware one) instead? It can do this and a heck of a lot more.

dread

dread reviewed v2.0 Beta 6 on Jan 3, 2001

Have anyone noticed that there is about a million "file splitters"... ALL USELESS! If someone needs to put files on floppy's - they use WinZIP or WinRAR. Please go program something that someone actually needs.

ingenue007

ingenue007 reviewed v2.0 beta 4 on Jun 24, 2000

hmmm why not use winRAR instead? hmmmmmmmm.....

bender

bender reviewed v2.0 Beta 3 on Apr 30, 2000

you know what would be great? how bout if they compressed the pieces of the file as it was being cut up. wait . . .

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