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Transferring an iTunes library to a new computer
Keep your music while upgrading your hardware
With the iTunes program you can download music and store it on your computer. You can share your music on up to five computers in a home network with home sharing, and transfer songs without having to burn a CD or save to an external device. If you want to transfer your music to another computer, you can easily copy and transfer your songs and playlists. The first step is to download and install the latest version of iTunes.
Consolidate your iTunes library
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When you get a new computer or hard drive, you can move your iTunes library, enabling you to run iTunes on a new machine, and keep the links to these music files active. Make a new backup of your iTunes library, or update your existing backup before you move it. Even if you already have a backup of your iTunes library, this step makes sure you capture any changes and makes the process easier. This will keep anything you added to your new computer separate from your old library. Before you begin, de-select the option to keep your iTunes media folder organised:. NOTE: If you move your media to an external hard drive, you must connect that drive to your computer to access your files. Remember to back up the media you have in iTunes. Next, move your iTunes folder, and any associated media to a new drive location. To copy all of your media files, including the library file that holds all your playlists and other settings, to your new computer:. You've now moved all of your music, playlists, and other information—including play counts and ratings—from your old computer to your new one.