Apple iTunes is excellent free tool for managing your audio and music collection. You don't need to purchase tunes from the Music Store in order to use iTunes. If you have a large CD collection, simply use iTunes to grab the audio from these CDs. However, the latest version wasn't Vista compatible, nor did it work with the forthcoming Apple TV box.
Apple iTunes 7.1 is the latest release. It appears to still be incompatible with Windows Vista, despite Vista being available for the last few weeks. It does now support Apple TV and ships with a few bug fixes and minor features. So, if you're an existing Windows 2000 or XP user, who already has iTunes, this an update that's worth downloading. Vista users will need to wait for an update.
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