To reinstall iTunes, Mac, or PC using a computer, go to the Apple download page on the Apple website and download the latest iTunes installer. Follow the instructions in the installer to complete the process and reinstall iTunes.
In some rare images, you may need to uninstall iTunes and related software components before reinstalling iTunes or installing iTunes normally from the Microsoft Store. If AppleCare log or warning dialog prompts you to reinstall iTunes, follow these steps.
Any media you buy from a store, or iTunes songs that you import from CDs will surely be saved in your My Music directory by default. They will not be removed if iTunes is removed from the public domain. While it is very unlikely that you will lose your iTunes library if you follow these steps, it is still recommended that you regularly back up your iTunes library.
If you need help downloading or updating iTunes from Microsoft Contact Store, contact Microsoft. If you’re having trouble updating your iTunes for Windows installation and you’ve downloaded IT from Apple’s website, here’s what to do.
Remove Apple And Its Components
Essentially press Windows + X and click Control Panel.Click Programs and Features.Select Apple iTunes and click Remove.Reboot your computer.
If you need help removing these components, follow these steps:
- Windows 7 and 8
- Windows 10
Remove Apple iTunes and related software components in this order:
- Apple Software Update
- Support for Apple mobile devices.
- Support for 32-bit Apple applications.
- Support for 64-bit Apple applications.
On some systems, you can scan two versions of Apple Application Support or iTunes. This is planned. If you see two versions, be sure to uninstall both.
Do not remove these components in any other order, but remove some of them. This can lead to unexpected end results. After removing the component, you may be prompted to restart your computer. Wait until your computer restarts until it removese all components.
You can uninstall iTunes from your Windows 10 computer if you no longer need help. Uninstalling iTunes will remove all application files. Removing iTunes from Windows will not delete your music files.