Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Your computer is years old, laggy and has a machine-health of a sickly senior citizen so you decide to end its suffering (and yours) by buying a new one. The new machine arrives at your home, all shiny and robust and you excitedly transfer all your files by DVD backups or by the traditional copy and paste method. But wait, one problem: Your entire iTunes library is left behind. All your music, settings and apps, all dear to you, is stuck on your other computer.
Common knowledge dictates that if you sync a loaded iPod into an empty iTunes, your iPod will also lose all its data. You can copy al...
From: How to Transfer Your Entire ITunes Library From One Computer to Another: The Easiest Way

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