"i (don't have any) Tunes....."
I was harassed by my kids to finally let go of Windows Media Player (3 daughters, 5 or 6 little iPod thing's laying about in a mess of wires and strange versions of libraries that the kids use all over my laptop like a rash). I converted all my tunes to MP3 (Never ever get sucked into WMA/ACC/AAC or whatever propriety monopoly they all try) and, all seemed to go well. Then my legit software reported me as having illegal MS software which I don't, then iTunes refused to run from anywhere, I download it again and my library disappears. After an hour of searching I get it back but, what a piece of rubbish. So so glad I didn't pay for this. The last time software was this bad there where names scrolling on BBC, Amstrad (did a lot of good work on one of those babies) and ZX SPECTRUMS computers in every shop! If I ever get my hands on those iTune software "dudes" I will be deeply upset with them................ In most industries, you get paid for being a guinea pig, what right to iTunes have to release such an unstable and obviously not ready for public consumption piece of software on us? Plus, who wants Quick time.......I though MS got into trouble for throwing stuff at us in the past?
- Easy to uninstall
- Too easy to install
- 04 Oct 2009
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