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How to subscribe to Apple Music in Windows 10

Apple Music more like a traditional subscription service rather than a cloud content locker. With it, you can enjoy all of the music from the expansive iTunes catalog on-demand, so long as you're willing to fork over a monthly subscription fee. Here's how you get started using it.




1. Click the Music icon in the top-left of iTunes, and click For You in the middle of the same bar.

2. Click Start 3 Month Free Trial.

3. Click either Individual or Family, depending on how many people you want using the service.


4. The following two screens will ask you to identify your music tastes by way of genre and artists. This will improve the quality of suggested music. 


1. You'll want to disable automatic renewal of Apple Music to ensure you won't be billed after the trial period ends. Click the Account silhouette icon in the top-right of iTunes, and click Account Info.

2. Scroll down to Settings on the following screen, click Manage next to Subscriptions.

3. Click Edit next to Apple Music Membership. On the next screen under Automatic Renewal, click Off. A pop-up window will require you to confirm turning off Automatic Renewal.


Now you can dive into a bottomless pool of music curated by experts. Visit the For You tab again and you can start diving into available music. There's a lot more to Apple Music, but now you should be set to use it on your Windows 10 machine.

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That's it!


Hopefully that covers all of the basics of using iTunes on Windows 10. If you're having trouble anywhere along the road, leave a comment here, and we'll be sure to do our best to help out.
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