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Archived - Mac 101: iTunes

With iTunes, you can play your audio CDs, listen to digital music, tune in to Internet radio, watch TV shows, movies and more. You can play music in a variety of different formats, create playlists of your favorite songs, burn CDs and print CD labels, browse and buy music from the iTunes Store, and be mesmerized by the iTunes Visualizer. And if you have an iPod, iTunes is your command post for your digital jukebox. 

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iTunes Featured Tutorials

Here's a look at some of the things you can do with iTunes.

     

Tip: Want to learn more about iTunes? Check out the built-in iTunes Help guide on your Mac (in iTunes, choose iTunes Help from the Help menu).

 

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