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I installed iTunes 10.5 Beta. I want to go back to the regular version of iTunes on the iTunes website. When I try and install it, I get an error saying the version on my computer is newer, so it can't. My version of iTunes will expire. I don't want to upgrade to the next beta. I just want the regular iTunes. How can I do this?

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closed as off topic by Nathan Greenstein Nov 14 '11 at 14:51

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iTunes 10.5.1 beta 3 was released yesterday, which is a good indicator that it will be formally released Real Soon Now.

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Did you try to delete the beta before installing the public version?

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Download version 10.5 of iTunes from Apple: - and install it - maybe throw the old beta iTunes in the Trash first.

And How-to remove iTunes completely first:

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