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Old 09-29-10, 02:45 PM   #13
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Working in the repair industry..... I despise iTunes. That program is worthless on windows.
It's a necessary evil for me. I have an iPhone.
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My win7 just updated.

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Old 09-29-10, 03:50 PM   #16
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Or an iPhone.

I'm glad that Apple keeps their software updated. No problems here.
I agree and I am happy they update it frequently, however, why have a 90MB file EVERYTIME?! Do it like steam. Update from within and just restart.
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I 'l eat a booger to that craninger, itsxs just i see that apple updater everytime i fireup the systems and just doing it a few days ago.

I really don't mind its just utines when updated kills cumston shortcuts in startmenu or itunes desktop icons beomces usless uness i set it up again.
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I uninstalled my anti-virus program because it updated too much and blocked me from looking at "some sites". Now I can go on all these so called "dangerous sites"
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Old 10-07-10, 05:09 PM   #20
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Boot Time of Itunes is not too bad.. when you have a SSD LOL! (2-3 sec top)

Only thing i hate, you're in a game and the Itunes/Apple updater kick's you out of the game, that's lame and violent..
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I rock Norton360 and hardly even notice it's running.

Then again I don't go to inappropriate sites so that's likely a major culprit of why I don't even notice it running.
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