iTunes is easy to just put up with on the Mac because it's there when you boot up for the first time. But what about if you move to Windows? You can definitely leave it behind.
Though it's a little later than intended, iTunes is now up for grabs on the Microsoft Store for Windows 10.
What is the status of Microsoft's iTunes and what is happening to Continuum now that Windows 10 Mobile is dead? Let's talk about it! Tunes into this week's episode of #AskDanWindows.
In a brief and, frankly, exceedingly unexpected announcement during its day two Build 2017 keynote, Microsoft announced that iTunes is coming to the Windows Store.
So you've got a fresh install of Windows and your first stop is making sure your media library is taken care of. Here's the quick and easy way of getting the latest version of iTunes installed.
Windows 10 has officially launched, but it seems as though the update is causing some issues with iTunes sync. If you are experiencing an issue syncing after your update, here's your fix.
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