Only one problem with playback I've had so far- the vocals seem like they're muffled and/or distant from the rest of the music.<br><br>Could be the speakers or my sound card, but I've never had any problems like that before..<br><br>
My friends all loved itunes on my mac, esp at my shop. I downloaded it tonight on my pc and as of right now 3 of my friends have gotten it, and love it!! Even a little bite of the apple is better then none <br><br>
#107947 - 10/17/0302:55 AMRe: After extensive use, my Windows iTunes review
Everyone in the world knew it was coming from Apple. No big surprise. No one has really talked about it at work though. I am glad to see Apple come out with the Windows version. But, getting Windows users to use an Apple product, well I don't know how well that will go over even if it is a superior product. There are so many companies getting into the online download music biz, I guess the weak will be eaten alive. That said, I think Napster is going to give Apple a run for the money as far as PC users go. Establishd name and all. Hey, I am just glad I have Macs. <br><br>
If you haven't noticed, this game is going to be playing with mass marketing (Pepsi, AOL), people use what they hear most about. Napster doesnt have the same cash or reach that Apple does. I would put money that Apple wins the game.<br><br>Also, I believe that most PC users are not anti-Apple biased, only a certain share are, and those are mostly the computer geeks. You can never win everybody over.<br><br>Ryan<P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by morserj on 10/17/03 00:19 AM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
#107950 - 10/17/0303:06 PMRe: After extensive use, my Windows iTunes review
Actually you'd be surprised by the computer geeks. I work in an ground-zero environment for geekness and I was surprised to hear the respect (since OSX) for Apple.<br><br>The REAL issue with the 'geeks' is the price of the hardware. They know what it costs to build their own machines since most of them already do that. <br><br>Since iTunes is free and for Windows...that may nudge things a bit. Not much though.<br><br>"Does This Hole In The Ground Make My Ass Look Fat?"<br>----<br>S3V3N<br>Washington, DC USA
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