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Topic # 231987 24-Mar-2018 11:12
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If music is added to an itunes library on one windows pc does it appear on the another windows pc if the itunes uses the same account.


Or do I have to copy the music to both computers librarys.


It looks like it can be done with music purchased directly from Itunes but what about if its just CD music


Some mentioned sharing a folder but that would require the two pcs to be networked together.









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  Reply # 1982495 24-Mar-2018 11:49
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If you have an apple music subscription and enable Apple Musci Features in iTunes on both machines it will allow you to upload an ACC 256kb version to iCloud and then you can download that on another machine that is signed into the same Apple Music account. This will only work for as long as you have the subscription though. I use this across my iMac, MacBook Pro, iPhone and Apple TV but it also works with Windows. I use it myself for music that isn't available on Apple Music for streaming.

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  Reply # 1983075 25-Mar-2018 22:24
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Thanks I will give that a try




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  Reply # 1983104 26-Mar-2018 00:55
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There is also iTunes Match if you don't want the streaming service but want to be able to store your music in the cloud.



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