iTunes Software

Post Date: Friday, March 6, 2015

By Scott Berry

I was wondering how I could get some kind of a sidebar back to make iTunes look like versions 10 and 11. There is a real easy way. On any of the screens where you see the radio button for Playlists you may click on that. No it isn’t going to look like iTunes from previous versions. But once you figure it all out you can do find the table that lists all the devices, movies, music and tv shows. In order to keep this table you must always either be have the playlist radio button checked or you may check it when necessary.

Post Date: Friday, July 13, 2018

In this guide, I will show you how to add music to an IPhone through ITunes on windows pc.
1. Add the music to the ITunes library. To do this, press ctrl+o and navigate to the location where you keep your music and then select the songs that you want to add.
2. close ITunes because then it opens automatically and detects your Iphone correctly.
3.. Plug in your IPhone.

Post Date: Wednesday, November 9, 2011

What is iTunes? Do I need it?

iTunes is a program made by Apple for Mac and Windows. It is a program for managing your iDevice's content, backups, and upgrades. As of iOS 5, iTunes is no longer required, except for putting music on your device and performing full, encrypted backups. You can activate, upgrade, and back up your iDevice using iCloud as of iOS5. If you are on Windows and still want iTunes, you can download it from

Post Date: Wednesday, July 1, 2015

With the release of Apple Music Radio, I've found the need for quickly checking the title and artist of the currently playing song in iTunes, even when I'm not in the app. I wrote an AppleScript to do that.
It can be assigned to a key in keyboard commander if desired. Here's the code, simply paste it into the script editor and save it where you keep your other scripts:

Post Date: Saturday, November 3, 2018

This guide explains how to restore your iOS device using iTunes.


You must have iTunes installed on your PC or Mac before you can follow this guide. You can download iTunes for Windows 64-bit here or download Windows 32-bit here.

You can also get the Mac version by using this link.

You will also need your iPhone, iPad or iPod with a USB cable without the connector.