Internet, Networking, & Security Cloud Services Where to Download Every Version of iTunes Get older versions of iTunes with these links By Sam Costello Writer Sam Costello has been writing about tech since 2000. His writing has appeared in publications such as CNN.com, PC World, InfoWord, and many others. our editorial process Facebook Twitter Sam Costello Updated November 11, 2019 Cloud Services Browsers Cloud Services Error Messages Home Networking 5G Antivirus VPN Web Development Around the Web View More Tweet Share Email If you have an iPhone or iPod or use Apple Music, iTunes is a requirement—at least, until autumn 2019, when Apple discontinues iTunes for Mac in favor of separate Music and Podcast apps. Until then, Macs come with iTunes installed, but if you use Windows or Linux, or need a different version than the one you have, you'll need to download iTunes. The Evolution of iTunes, from Version 1.0 to Today Apple Inc. Update to the Latest Version If You Already Have iTunes If iTunes is installed on your computer and you want to update to the latest version, update the program and you'll have the new version with its new features, bug fixes, and device support. How to Update iTunes to the Most Current Version Where to Download the Latest Version of iTunes If you don't have iTunes, get the latest version from the Apple website. When you visit the link below, it will detect if the computer is a Mac or Windows PC and automatically offers the right version of iTunes for the computer and operating system. Download iTunes Macs running macOS Catalina or higher no longer run iTunes. Instead, they run a mix of Podcasts, Music, and TV apps. The iTunes app remains active for the Windows platform, however. Download iTunes for Windows 64-bit If you have a 32-bit version of Windows, download the 32-bit version of the program. However, if you use a 64-bit edition of Windows, download the 32-bit or 64-bit version. Get the 64-bit edition of the latest version of iTunes or the 32-bit edition. Where to Download iTunes for 64-Bit Windows Where to Get iTunes for Linux Apple doesn't make a version of iTunes specifically for Linux, but that doesn't mean Linux users can't run iTunes. It just takes a little more work. How to Run iTunes on Linux Download Links for Old Versions of iTunes If you need a version of iTunes that's not the latest—and you have a computer that can run iTunes 5, for example—getting the right software isn't impossible, but it's not easy, either. Apple doesn't provide download links for old versions of iTunes, though you can usually find a few versions if you search Apple's site. Here are links to the iTunes download pages: iTunes 12.8.2 for MaciTunes 12.6.2 for MaciTunes 12.4.3 for MaciTunes 12.4.3 for Windows (64-bit, older video cards)iTunes 12.1.3 for Windows 32-bitiTunes 12.1.3 for Windows (64-bit, older video cards)iTunes 12.1.2 for WindowsiTunes 11.4 for MaciTunes 10.6.3iTunes 9.2.1 If you need something older or if a download is missing from Apple's site, visit a software archive site such as OldApps.com or OldVersion.com. These websites have cataloged iTunes versions as far as back as iTunes 4, which was released in 2003. After you download the version of iTunes you need, set up iTunes on Windows.