How to install iTunes on Windows 10 [STEP BY STEP GUIDE]

Do you need the iTunes application for Windows 10? If you are an Apple user, either with an iPhone or any other device of the brand of the apple, you will surely want to have your favorite music in Windows 10.

Although it seems contradictory, it is not, iTunes is also available for Windows 10 in Microsoft Store for free. There are many users of an Apple product that do not necessarily have Mac OS on their computer. Or they just like to use this application for their utilities. That is why it is possible to install iTunes in a rival operating system such as Windows 10 since in this way it will reach more users and provide support for those who need it.

Next, you’ll see how to get iTunes on Windows 10 in a simple way.

Minimum requirements for iTunes

Regarding the minimum requirements to install iTunes on our computer are not too demanding. Virtually no problems will be possible to install it.


  • Processor: Intel or AMD at 1 GHz compatible with SSE2 and 512 MB of RAM
  • Video in standard definition: a video card compatible with DirectX 9.0 will be necessary
  • HD 720p video: Intel Core 2 Duo processor at 2 GHz or higher, 1 GB of RAM and an Intel GMA X3000 graphics card, ATI Radeon X1300, NVIDIA GeForce 6150 or higher
  • HD 1080p video: Intel Core 2 Duo processor at 2.4 GHz or higher, 2 GB of RAM and an Intel GMA X4500HD graphics card, ATI Radeon HD 2400, NVIDIA GeForce 8300 GS or higher
  • Screen resolution of 1024 x 768 or higher
  • 16-bit sound card and speakers
  • Internet connection to use Apple Music, iTunes Store, and iTunes Extras


  • Windows 7 or later
  • 64-bit versions of Windows require the 64-bit iTunes installer
  • 400 MB of free disk space
  • Some third-party viewers may not be compatible with the latest versions of iTunes. Therefore Apple invites us to look for compatible media with iTunes 12.1 or later.
  • The important to keep in mind that the availability of Apple Music, the iTunes Store, and iTunes Match varies depending on the different countries.
  • Finally, it makes clear to us that Apple Music’s trial period requires registration and will only be available to new users.

How to install iTunes on Windows 10 [STEP BY STEP GUIDE]

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Get iTunes for Windows 10

Knowing now what we need to install iTunes on our computer, let’s proceed to it.

The first place where we should happen to look is on the manufacturer’s website. Effectively Apple has on its website a link to the Microsoft page to obtain this application. We will only have to click on the “Get it from Microsoft” button to access.

Once inside the linked page, we click on “Get.” We will only have to click on it, and again we will be redirected to the Microsoft Store. It is possible that the browser asks us for authorization to be redirected, it is a trusted site so we will not have problems accepting it.

Once inside Microsoft Store, we choose the option to install so that Windows 10 automatically downloads and installs the application. Once finished we will have it available in our start menu so that we can start it.

We accept the license terms at the first start, and it will be ready to be used.

Things you should keep in mind

iTunes is a free download application for Windows 10. This means that you can listen to all the music you have downloaded on your computer in it without having an Apple account. In this sense, iTunes will behave like a normal and current player.

To buy music and play it online, we must have the corresponding payment account in Apple.

iTunes is an excellent way to have all our iOS devices synchronized and also our Windows 10 PC and be able to play all the music that we buy or that we simply have inside our music CDs or the equipment itself.

If you are a user of a device with iOS and you did not know that iTunes for Windows 10 existed, this article will have come to you from pearls. Leave us in the comments which player you use to listen to music or any doubt you have about any of them.

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