Today’s may reduce complaints from Mac iTunes users regarding media management and playback app, but for Windows users, the misery appears set to go on indefinitely. Sixteen years after iTunes debuted on PCs — a gesture then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs likened to “giving a glass of ice water to somebody in hell” — the app shows no sign of leaving Microsoft’s platform, where it’s continuing to infuriate PC customers.

While Apple officially updated its today to steer Mac users toward macOS Catalina, which in favor of Finder-based device backup tools and separate media apps, Windows users are presented with three choices: standard and , plus a  built for . While the former two links lead directly to iTunes downloads, the Microsoft Store includes an app landing

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