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How do I move Itunes from a win. laptop pc to my win. desktop pc

I understand you can only have Itunes on one computer; I would like to put it on my new desktop but I don't know how.

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You can have itunes on many computers, all tied in to your one account. It may be that you can only be logged in to one at a time; I'm not sure.

In any case, go to itunes.com, install the software on your desktop, and then log in with your current account credentials. You'll be fine. No need to delete the account from your laptop (unless you give away or sell it -- you probably don't want people to be able to buy things using your account!).

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