Here is a selection of 80 Visual Basic scripts that I have written to be used with i Tunes for Windows.
The general method of use is to download a script (double-click or right-click and use Download or Save As...) to a folder of your choice, e.g.
Whatever the reason, I’m going to show you how to fix the problem so your technology can do what it was built to do: make your life easier.
For this method you will need to export your library from the first computer (or user, as the case may be), and import it into the second computer as its final destination.
For Win 7, the i Tunes 11 Music folder's default path is C:\...\...\Music\i Tunes\i Tunes Media.
For i Mac, the path is...\Music\i Tunes\i Tunes Media.
There’s also Apple Music and Google All Access, which are paid choices and want to be your only option.
There’s nothing more frustrating than having to switch computers or log in and out of multiple Apple i Tunes accounts just to access the music, videos, and apps you have downloaded as a different user or on a new device.
There are a number of reasons why one might run into this problem; There could be separate libraries for different members of the family, you could have more than one computer (say, an i Mac and a Mac Book), you could have separate files for work and play, or you could have an i Tunes library stored on an external hard drive to free up your computer from your 1 billion song playlist.
Jim's a working stiff in IT during the day, and has been so since about DOS 3.0, but does his best to spend the magic hours out with a camera or two.
He lives in New Zealand with his lovely Luddite wife and three kids.