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How To Migrate Apple iTunes From One Computer To Another

Posted on Tuesday, April 06 2010 @ 04:01:08 CEST by

There is no doubt that Apple excels in developing very user-friendly interfaces. You don't have to worry about all the nitty gritty details that users of other operating systems have to fuss over. Apple takes care of all that for you, but only as long as you follow exactly what Apple wants you to do. The moment you step off the reservation, you are on your own.

This "my way or the highway" attitude makes it especially difficult for those who want to migrate your iTunes account. Fortunately, we found a simpler and faster way of migrating your iTunes account and files. Using our method, you can migrate your entire iTunes library to a new computer or a new hard disk drive, and have it work as if nothing has changed. Best of all, you can do it in less time than it takes for you to back up your iTunes library to DVDs! Read more at TechARP.



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