Download iTunes for 64-Bit Windows Here

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Running a 64-bit version of your operating system has a lot of benefits. Most importantly, your computer can process data in 64-bit chunks, rather than the traditional 32-bit, leading to performance improvements. In order to take advantage of your more-efficient software, you need to get 64-bit versions of your programs (assuming they exist; not all developers support 64-bit processing).

If you're running a 64-bit version of Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, or Windows Vista, the standard version of iTunes that you download from Apple's site won't give you the benefits you want.

Standard iTunes is 32 bit. You need to download the 64-bit version.

Here are links to some of the recent 64-bit versions of iTunes, sorted by operating system compatibility.

iTunes Compatible with 64-bit Editions of Windows Vista, 7, 8, and 10

There are other versions of 64-bit iTunes for Windows, but not all of them are available as downloads directly from Apple. If you need other versions, it's a good idea to check this page at

iTunes Compatible with 64-bit Editions of Windows XP (SP2)

  • iTunes 9.1.1 for Windows 7, Windows Vista, & Windows XP (SP2) - Download

Apple never released a version of iTunes that was compatible with the 64-bit edition of Windows XP Pro. While you might be able to install iTunes 9.1.1 on Windows XP Pro, some features—including burning CDs and DVDs—may not work.

Keep that in mind before installing it.

What About 64-Bit Versions of iTunes for Mac?

There's no need to install a special versions of iTunes on the Mac. Every version for the Mac has been 64-bit since iTunes 10.4.

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