Reader Wes sent me this simple plea: 'I recently downloaded the new iTunes 11. I want to go back to the last version. Is there a way?' I can relate to that desire, Wes. The new iTunes not only has an overhauled interface that some users simply won't warm to, but also eliminates some key features that some users will no doubt miss (like the song de-duper). Astroburn. Indeed, as I wrote last week, iTunes 11 has no visible sidebar, though at least it's.
ITunes is the world’s best way to play — and add to — your collection of music, movies, TV shows, apps, audiobooks, and more. Right on your Mac or PC. ITunes lacked support for 64-bit versions of Windows until the 7.6 update on January 16, 2008. ITunes is currently supported under any 64-bit version of Windows, although the iTunes executable was still 32-bit until version 12.1. How To Open Vdf Files. OldVersion.com provides free software downloads for old versions of programs, drivers and games. So why not downgrade to the version you love? Because newer is not always bett. Mac and iOS devices users may often use iTunes to manage their data. However, what's the best version of iTunes? If you want know the answer.
Ultimately, some users may just prefer to stick with old faithful—in this case iTunes 10. Visiting Apple's Web site won't do you any good; the only option there now is iTunes 11. You could, however, poke around your Downloads folder to see if you have version 10 in there somewhere.
If not, head to, a site that plays host to old versions of hundreds of programs—. Just click that latter link, then scroll way down until you see all the different versions of iTunes 10. Most likely you'll want iTunes 10.6.3 (either 32- or 64-bit—make sure to get the proper version), which was the last one before Apple released iTunes 11. Needless to say, you'll want to fully uninstall iTunes 11 before reinstalling that old version; the two can't co-exist. ( Update: If you encounter an error message after reinstalling iTunes 10, be sure to for a workaround.) Contributing Editor writes about business and consumer technology.
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Wabisabi0214 wrote: When I tried the CTRL S on itunes 11 it turned on the sidebar that has the libraries and playlists. The sidebars that I am talking about on itunes 9 are the vertical sidebar column of a list of all the artists and a second vertical sidebar column that lists all the albums for each artist selected. Unfortunately these two columns are on top on the itunes 11 that I experimented with. You are referring to the column browser.
There used to be options to have this arranged horizontally (up to 5 columns) or vertically (up to 3). Like you I previously used the vertical mode, which was particularly effective on a wide screen, however for reasons beyond our ken Apple chose to remove this option from iTunes 11.
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