Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 3rd Sep 2010 16:12 UTC
Apple "By now, most iTunes users have already downloaded and installed iTunes 10. We've already given you the low-down on the biggest addition to the new version of iTunes - the Ping social network - but we also wanted to give our impressions on two 'improvements' promised in the release notes: look-and-feel and performance. While we agree that iTunes is 'faster and more responsive', we're not sold on the revised user interface." Vertical window titlebar widgets? Can't we just take this thing 'round back and put a bullet between its eyes? We'd be doing everyone a favour.
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I "like" iTunes 10. First of all I have Win64, which may be a less made build. Also I've always UNCHECK "I want that Apple to update my Apple software" because I don't want Safari "for free", with QuickTime and all that crap/soft-ware.
Of course I've had installed QuickTime at the end. And of course the Apple Update part was installed, silently. iTunes 10 anyway excluding that first time it locks, after I closed it with task manager, it seem to be working.
I think that QA is an issue at Apple in installing/first start cases. Probably they do it by purpose (to install unattended software), but this will make me think that Apple is another monopolistic corporation as was Microsoft 10 years ago.
Regardless of this biased review, and the first (b)lock, the software will run fairly smooth afterwards.

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