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Last Updated: Sept. 1, 2015

Running a 64-bit version of your operating system has a lot of benefits—primarily that your computer can now 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 processor, though, 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 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; it's 32 bit. Instead, 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 7 and Windows Vista


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

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

    ITunes doesn't support the 64-bit edition of Windows XP Pro. As a result, features—including burning CDs/DVDs—may not work, so keep that in mind before installing.


    64-Bit iTunes for Mac

    iTunes has been 64-bit by default in every version  since 10.4, so there is no need to install a special version.