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Has your iTunes media library grown too big to fit on your computer? CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to offload your content to an external drive.
Donald Bell shows you how to sync your iTunes libraries among multiple computers in your home.
Let CNET senior editor Donald Bell help you master iTunes and your iPod. Need help converting video for your Nano? Wondering how to create a temporary holiday music library? Donald has the answers.
Tired of looking at those generic album covers in iTunes? CNET's Donald Bell shows you how to quickly round up all your songs with missing album art and systematically fix them.
CNET's Donald Bell shows you how you can save money by using iTunes to DJ your wedding.
Donald Bell shows you how to create and customize your iTunes playlists.
Learn how to gather up all the ignored songs from the darkest corners of your iTunes music library.
Democracy Player, set to be called Miro Player with its next release, is an open-source video player that works for almost every type of video file. With an interface similar to iTunes, it also has a channel guide where you can set up automatic downloads of your favorite Web shows, from "Ask a Ninja" to National Geographic Wild CNET.com's Seth Rosenblatt takes a look.
During CNET's 2005 Holiday Helpdesk, Terry from Arkansas asked if it's possible to put iTunes on his Windows Media smart phone so that he can access his iTunes library.
Is Spotify's music software worth the hype, or is it just another iTunes wannabe? Senior Editor Donald Bell goes hands-on and demonstrates the software's unique social network features.