How to Install iTunes

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How to Install iTunes

iTunes is a program that allows a person to buy, or store MP3s and sync them to an Apple device, they are usually installed with the Mac, while other PCs have to resort to installing iTunes manually. iTunes is essential in the organization and performance of one’s music and videos on one’s PC. Once the iTunes is installed, then one would be sync with the iTunes store and can start purchasing from them all the multimedia items one wishes.

Installing iTunes in one’s computer is necessary so that one can enter the multimedia paradise any time. Follow this steps to download and install iTunes to one’s PC.

Installing iTunes begins with one going to the Apple website and entering one’s email address. Select the Windows version of the software and click on “Download iTunes”. Click on “Save” when the “File Download” box appears and wait until the download is finished.

The iTunes icon would appear on one’s desktop and then double click it with the mouse. Installing iTunes instructions should be followed and after that it’s time to select and pick the options that would suit one’s preference and suitability. One can select the icon to appear on the desktop or even select iTunes as the default music player.

After this, click on “Next.” This would allow iTunes to be installed in one’s computer. The computer would then restart once the installation is finished. Once iTunes is installed and the computer restarted, click on the iTunes icon.

It is suggested that an initial search for existing MP3s should be implemented hence one should click on “Add MP3s and ACC files.” The iTunes program would begin searching and it would even organize it if so ordered by the user. If one wants to leave existing MP3s alone, then proceed by clicking the “Next” Button. iTunes would open and one can browse and preview the current music files.

One should always remember this when installing iTunes. If one does not want to have the MP3s be converted to the iTunes program, then don’t set iTunes as the default music player.

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