I love ITunes, works fine on my Windows 7 pc. To my ears, the sound quality of the ITunes player is better than Windows Media Player.
It's not just your ears. My wife wanted to know what was wrong with the computer because it sounded terrible. She was using WMP. I restarted the song in iTunes and it sounded infinitely better.Quote:
Originally Posted by jonkay182
I read somewhere that WMP deliberately degrades the quality of anything that was ripped with a different program, which rings true for me.
I usually use VLC if I'm in front of the computer, or iTunes if I want to control it remotely from my iPhone.
Like so many others have said, it's probably Vista. I'm running a 4 year old Hackintosh HP that came with Vista. It was easier to hack OSX onto the computer than it was to get Vista to connect to the internet so it could download the drivers that would let Vista connect to the internet (yes, it was that convoluted).
As for iTunes, my transition to the program was hesitant, but now I love the program. Once you get the quirks figured out, it becomes quite simple to work with.
Read the posts on iPF! I snagged EA Tiger Woods Golf for free and Risk! for $3 after reading about EAs sale on here. Now THAT was a good shopping experience.Quote:
Originally Posted by Kaykaykay
Jsh1120, I guess I'm confused (no sarcasm, I really am confused). How is managing your applications using a media player a problem? What difficulties are you experiencing? I'm sort of late to the party.