New version! - iTunes makes it easy to play and organize music, movies, TV shows, podcasts, and more. Forget rifling through stacks of CDs or flipping through channels. iTunes puts your entire music and video collection a mere click away, giving you an all-access pass to thousands of hours of digital entertainment. Browse. Organize. Play. All from your Mac or PC.
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Tuniac is an iTunes style media player/manager for Windows. Supports: flac, mp3, aac/m4a/mp4/3gp, opus, ogg, ac3, alac, ape, cdda, midi, mpc, ofs/ofr, tak, tta, wv and radio streaming support. Advanced playlist editor, search as you type and queue support.
Cannot Install iTunes (10.5 64-bit) - YouTube
With Mac OS X Lion now unleashed on the Mac App Store, Apple has also introduced a new version of iTunes that is both 64-bit and full-screen capable, in addition to full-screen version of iWork that will also leverage several other Lion features [update: now available].
The beta version of iTunes 10.5 released to developers last week is the first version of iTunes to run in 64-bit mode. The distinction is perhaps a bit minor for an app like iTunes, but has been the source of much discussion over the years. What's perhaps of more significance is the belief that this 64-bit support must mean that iTunes has been ported from Carbon to Cocoa, though that line seems to be rather blurred.
In the aftermath of the announcements from yesterday's WWDC, one particular release has seen little publicity. The beta of iTunes 10.5, which was released to developers yesterday, will bring with it iCloud and iOS 5 support when it gets officially released. But for Mac users, some more hidden features are in store.
This is a follow up video on how to install iTunes on x64 XP. This video will show you how to update to newer versions of iTunes safely. You can read the text instructions here: http://www.javakrypt.com/itunes/update/ - All the information you need is there. If you haven't already installed iTunes on x64 XP but are interested in, you can find it on my channel.
iTunes 64-Bit is specifically meant for Windows 64-Bit users. This article will cover how to download, install and use iTunes with some useful tips and tricks. We'll also learn how to import files into iTunes from CDs and other sources.
One of the most popular posts I wrote in 2008 was a set of step-by-step instructions to help you do what Apple doesn’t want you to do with iTunes for Windows (see Slimming down the bloated iTunes installer). Now that iTunes 10 has been released, it’s apparent that nothing has changed in Cupertino. Apple still gives its customers a monolithic iTunes setup program with absolutely no options to pick and choose based on your specific needs.
It’s a pain in the butt to get any of it working. Go figure. You knew (should have known) you were getting yourself into this kind of thing when you installed 64-bit XP in the first place.
Many of my co-workers and friends have been having trouble setting up iTunes on Windows Vista 64-bit. So I thought I would put together a quick reference sheet that will make it easier, since Apple hasn’t quite got their act together yet.