Oh where can I find it, the Itunes folder I mean

@suspenseful (40326)
Canada
September 11, 2010 4:45pm CST
I decided to put itunes on the Windows 7 laptop, and of course it synched with my old computer as I am on wireless. But some of those folders are mp3s and some I do not want,and some do not have the proper definitions - for instance "Various Artists." I decided then to insert a Cd, and change the format to the Apple format so it could be played on my Iphone. So last night, after I finished and put the Cd back in the container, I wanted to see the folder where the converted tunes were. Now on my old Windows XP computer, I have a folder called Itunes and that is where I can find what is on my iphone, but I do not know where the Itunes folder is on Windows 7. Could someone help me? I went to an Itunes folder, but all they told me was what happens when someone deletes that folder, not how to find it.
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@peavey (15668)
• United States
12 Sep 10
I haven't used Windows 7 yet, but on all the Windows operating systems I have used, the search function will bring up folders and allow you to open them from there. Have you tried that?
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@suspenseful (40326)
• Canada
13 Sep 10
The trouble is when it comes to cds that is what they name them and sometimed they name two different ones by the same name. Also the Windows 7 my document folder is more categorised. For instance I can put itunes in the search folder and it can go either to the itunes software in my download folder, the itunes application itself, or the itune folder. But Windows 7 is different then XP.
@peavey (15668)
• United States
13 Sep 10
If it comes up in search, doesn't Win7 allow you to open the folder it's in? You should be able to see where it is when you do that, but, like I said, I haven't used Windows 7 yet, so I don't know. I'm using Vista and not very happy with it, but the search does bring things up so I can find out where they are. I don't think itunes is very user friendly when it comes to changing things. They want everything connected strictly to their program. I hope you can figure it out, so someone smarter than me can show you! :)
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@peavey (15668)
• United States
13 Sep 10
Maybe you should have put Windows 7 in the title of your question? I don't know.. I know there are many here who use it.
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