2018 iTunes Windows 10 Store Download 64-bit

Last Updated : March 27, 2018

iTunes Windows 10 app is coming to Windows store soon this year! But before that, in case you want to download the latest iTunes on Win 10, the only trustworthy place to get is still Apple official website.

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How to Download iTunes on Windows 10?

Before iTunes Windows 10 app arrives in Microsoft's Windows Store, we'd better download iTunes for Windows 10 from Apple official website: https://www.apple.com/itunes/download/

Choosing between iTunes Windows 10 64-bit and 32-bit

Choosing between iTunes Windows 10 64-bit and 32-bit to download:
You should check whether you're using a 32-bit or 64-bit version of Windows 10 before downloading iTunes.

Step 1: Open the Settings app by pressing Windows + I;
Step 2: Head to System > About.
Step 3: See "System type" entry.

Check Windows 10 System Type
Download iTunes Windows 10 Latest Version

If your Windows computer system type is 64-bit, you should download iTunes 64 bit for Windows 10; If 32-bit, download iTunes 32bit for Windows 10.

It is officially announced by Apple that the iTunes Store will no longer run on Windows XP, Windows Vista or first-gen Apple TVs from May 25, 2018. Older Windows users will have to upgrade system to Windows 7 or later with the latest version of iTunes to access iTunes Store and redownload previous purchases.

Solve iTunes Won't Install/Open on Windows 10 Problem

Troubleshooting iTunes Won't Install on Windows 10

Step 1. Make sure that you download the right architecture (32 or 64-bit) for your PC.

Step 2. Uninstall existing installation of iTunes and other iTunes components including Apple Application Support, Mobile Device Support, Software Update, and Bonjour [Publisher: Apple.Inc].
Hotkey: Windows key+R then type: appwiz.cpl and hit Enter. Scroll down and select iTunes then click Uninstall on the command bar. Also, make sure you uninstall . Restart your computer when the uninstall is complete.
Path: Control Panel > Programs > Programs and Features > Uninstall or change a program

Uninstall iTunes Windows 10

Step 3. Restart your computer

Step 4. Download iTunes for Windows 10 latest version from Apple iTunes website again
Save the setup file to the hard disk, do not run setup from its current location.
Right-click the iTunes setup file then click Run as administrator.
Click Next then click Install.

Step 5. Stop iTunes from opening automatically on Windows 10:
System starup: Right click on taskbar to call up Task Manager > Click the Startup tab and select iTunes > Right-click and select Disable
Auto-syncing: iTunes > Preferences > Click the Devices tab > check the box for "Prevent iPods, iPhones, and iPads from syncing automatically".

Troubleshooting iTunes Won't Open on Windows 10

"After installing iTunes open it for the first time i get error msg
--- a required iTunes component is not installed. please repair or install iTunes. 45075" Troubles like these are very fimilar to us iTunes Windows 10 users.

First make sure that you followed above instatllation steps and have the correct install of iTunes for Windows 10. If not, remove current iTunes and all of its related components, and then do a clean reinstallation.

If iTunes still won't start on Windows 10, try:

• Open iTunes by right clicking (not double clicking) the icon and "Run as administrator".
Open iTunes in safe mode by pressing Ctrl + Shift, or with anti-virus software, firewall and Internet disabled.
Empty iTunes library file located in Music > iTunes by directly deleting or moving to other path.

Check other Windows 10 iTunes errors and fixes >>

Should We Use iTunes on Windows 10?

After solving iTunes won't install and iTunes won't open on Windows 10 problems, you keep running into other iTunes problems like iTunes freezing Windows 10, constant iTunes error codes, iTunes not recognizing iDevices , Music DRM protection problems, etc.

Hopefully the iTunes app on Windows store can run better and more smoothly on Windows platforms with less restrictions and feature-cuts. But until that day, why not try DearMob iPhone Manager on Windows 10 to replace the troublesome iTunes for some time?

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Alternative to iTunes Windows 10 64-bit

DearMob iPhone Manager is a professional iPhone backup transfer tool, great enough to replace iTunes for iPhone management. It helps avoid iTunes library's sync & replace problem and let you manage/backup/sync one iPhone/iPad on several computers without losing data.

With support for Direct-attached storage(DAS) and Network-attached storage(NAS), it allows users to backup and transfer all iPhone data directly to external hard drives, USB drives, CD-RW, as well as NAS devices.

With no limits to file formats, this iTunes alternative Windows 10 can handle 12 types of iPhone data including Photo, Music, Video, Book, Calendar, SMS, Contact, and lets you choose iPhone backup location.

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