iTunes is the easiest way to enjoy everything you need to be entertained -- music, movies, and TV shows -- and keep it all easily organized. Rent or buy movies, download your favorite TV shows, and more. iTunes is also home to Apple Music, where you can listen to millions of songs and your entire music library. Plus, download your favorite music to listen without Wi-Fi.

This is the last version of iTunes with support for Windows XP. If you are looking for iTunes for newer versions of Windows head here.


Forget rifling through stacks of CDs or flipping through channels. iTunes puts your entire music and video collection a mere click away, giving you an all-access pass to thousands of hours of digital entertainment. Browse. Organize. Play. All from your Mac or PC.

View your library by artist, album, episode, year, rating — any way you want. Find what you’re looking for with a quick search that reveals results as you type.

Turn CDs into digital music by importing them to iTunes. Organize your entire collection with custom playlists.

Shuffle songs to mix up your groove. Listen to music from other computers on your network. Play video using onscreen controls.

iTunes can also be used to sync your content on your iPod, iPhone, and other Apple devices.

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The third download option - Windows XP (Older Video Cards) - is actually the 32-bit application with a 64-bit installer. It should be used if you get a warning about video card incompatibility when you install the standard 64-bit version, but also may resolve issues with playback, QuickTime compatibility, and problems with some third-party applications (including Outlook).