#107932 - 10/16/0311:05 PMAfter extensive use, my Windows iTunes review
It's exactly the same as the OS X version, except it runs faster (I am sure Panther will match it.)<br><br>This should put everybody else's music store out of business. There is no longer any compelling reason for a PC user to use:<br><br>-WinAmp<br>-Windows Media Player 9<br>-MusicMatch Jukebox<br><br>It's all trash compared to iTunes. <br><br>A+<br><br>
I'm a bit more skeptical... the problem never was going to be the software. The problem is getting PC users to invite APPLE products onto their hard drive. Winning their heart and mind is the key.<br><br><br>Visit Me!
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#107939 - 10/16/0311:47 PMRe: After extensive use, my Windows iTunes review
I think the kicker here is the price. It's a free MP3 jukebox for anyone who wants it. Unlike the others, there are no:<br><br>-limitations<br>-adware<br>-spyware<br>-crippled features<br>-popups<br>-spam<br>-no extra plugin or payment for the MP3 encoder<br><br>With:<br>-Free visualizer<br>-Free burning software with free CDDB integration<br><br>I think it will take awhile, but I think it will get around. The Pepsi and AOL deals are brilliant. <br><br>
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