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I wish to download iTunes for Windows 10. I am looking for a direct download link on Apple’s website rather than downloading it from Microsoft Store. When I visit Apple Support - Downloads page, and click on the download link, It redirect me to this page:

There it says I need to get iTunes from the Microsoft store.

I cannot use Microsoft Store at work as it is disabled by IT, but I am allowed to install and use iTunes.

Is there a direct download link for iTunes for Microsoft Windows 10 hosted somewhere on the official Apple website?

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You can download iTunes 12.9.1.4 for Microsoft Windows using the following direct link(s) on Apple's website:

The links should work for the time being, however the same may change with subsequent updates to the software.

  • @Max, I'm not sure if apple.com generates a dynamic link for each individual download (I have tested these links on different computers). If they don't work for you, let me know. – Nimesh Neema Nov 19 '18 at 18:25
  • Thanks, that seems to be working. I've added the links to my list of useful links personal wiki. – Max Nov 19 '18 at 18:30
  • Good to hear. Even if the links aren’t dynamically generated, I highly suspect they change with every new release of iTunes. A useful tip is to use a computer running macOS, Linux, Free BSD (any non Windows OS) to download iTunes for Windows directly from apple.com – Nimesh Neema Nov 19 '18 at 18:33
  • @Max Can you please check and reply with the version of iTunes that got downloaded. Not possible to check on a Mac :( – Nimesh Neema Nov 19 '18 at 18:34
  • not certain what "check and reply" is actually, but I've edited my original question with the iTunes version. – Max Nov 19 '18 at 19:08
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There is a legacy version for PC here (64-bit). I used to run this on Windows 7. The version is 12.1.3 but current version on high Sierra is 12.8.150.

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