Well Brian its a easy way to manage your purchaces, music, TV shows you've bought etc. also easy to manage your CD collection assuming you still have CD's LOL. Plus I listen to all my Apple Music on iTunes when I'm susing my PC.
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On 5/19/2016 3:43 AM, Brian's Mail list account wrote:
I'd also put a ticket on nvda about this as they could see if its actually an apple or nvda issue which is not always obvious. Personally i have no reason to use Itunes, so I don't use their weird program.
I never found the logic of it very understandable anyway, and quite why one would need to have a piece of bespoke software to access a store is beyond me. Microsoft, are you listening as well?
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Well NVDA doesn't read your albums, songs, etc. Anything in your library. Readings in the iTunees Store and Apple music works fine.
On 5/19/2016 12:42 AM, Chris Shook wrote:
Thanks for the info. What areas should I avoid?