This quick guide shows how to use CopyTrans TuneSwift to transfer the entire contents of your iTunes library — including music, videos, apps, books, podcasts, ratings, artworks, playlists, etc — from an old computer to a new PC running Windows 8 or Windows CopyTrans TuneSwift completely automates the iTunes transfer process so that you can be sure to bring the iTunes library on your new Windows 10 PC exactly as it appears on the old computer. It is highly recommended that you save the iTunes backup to an external drive, so that you can then easily restore it to your Windows 10 or Windows 8. You can now safely continue working on something else at your convenience until the process fully completes.
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Keep your music while upgrading your hardware
If you use an iPod, iTouch, or iPhone and plan on getting a new computer, you will want to read this article! OR, if you use any of these devices and want to make sure your library stays safe, you will want to read this article! Yesterday, I helped a customer setup a new Windows 7 computer and transfer email, favorites, and other data from his old Windows XP computer.
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How to transfer iTunes library from old PC to Windows 10 – YouTube video
With the iTunes program you can download music and store it on your computer. You can share your music on up to five computers in a home network with home sharing, and transfer songs without having to burn a CD or save to an external device. If you want to transfer your music to another computer, you can easily copy and transfer your songs and playlists. The first step is to download and install the latest version of iTunes. You can use an external hard disk or your iPod to transfer your music to your new computer. To use your iPod as an external hard disk, first connect to your computer and select iPod from the iTunes source list. Enable for disk-use by clicking checkbox and ok. Create a new folder so that you can find your music easily. Drag the songs you want to copy to the new folder, and save on the iPod or external device. You can also transfer your playlists by exporting your music library.
If you have a large iTunes library, transferring iTunes to a new computer can be complicated. Libraries that have over 1, albums, multiple seasons of TV, and a few feature-length movies, podcasts, audiobooks, and more take up a lot of hard drive space. Combine the size of these libraries and with the metadata content such as ratings, play counts, and album art , and you need an efficient and comprehensive way to transfer iTunes or back it up. You can use several techniques to keep your music when you change your computer. Instructions in this article apply to macOS