iTunes is one of the most popular media players which is now also available for Windows 10. It is known for its huge media library consisting of thousands of music files, many TV shows, full movies, podcasts, etc. This huge collection clogs up your hard drive space and slows it down.
Therefore, to reduce the stress on your hard drive, you can transfer the contents of the iTunes library to another PC. Let's see how.
Solution: Using a USB flash drive
Step 1: Open the iTunes application, go to archive tab at the top left of the screen, click on it and select library from the context menu. Then click Organize the library.
Step 2: Now in Organize the library dialog box, check the box next to Consolidated files. Press ok to save and exit.
Step 3: Now press the button Windows key + E together on the keyboard to open the file Browser on file. Click on What PC link on the left and then double-click to open the file Unit C. Here we clicked SO (C 🙂.
4 phase: Then walk the path one by one to reach the iTunes binder:
- double-click users
- double click on your current user account. Here we click on madhu.
- double-click Music.
- Now you can iTunes binder.
Step 5: Right-click on the file iTunes folder and select copy give the menu answer.
Step 6: Now, paste this file on your USB stick / pen drive, connect the pen drive to the other computer and copy it iTunes folder on that computer.
Step 7: Now press the button Windows key + E together on the keyboard to open the file Browser on file on the new PC. Follow the same path to reach the iTunes folder in the same way shown in Phase 4.
You will see a file iTunes folder on the new PC even if you were already playing iTunes In that. However, if you don't want to overwrite the content or overload it with too much content, delete the old folder. Right-click on the file iTunes folder and click To remove.
Step 8: Now select the new one iTunes folder (which you transferred from the previous PC using pen drive) and drag it to the file Music folder on the new PC.
That is. You are done transferring the iTunes library to the new computer.