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a new update cam out for itunes, you can download it here

i think they come out with new updates to often.
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Yes, they do. Now I have to make/wait for new themes for iTunes. Themers are just now getting to 6.0.3 ...

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a new update cam out for itunes, you can download it here

i think they come out with new updates to often.
what did the update address?

i don't see any problem with them updating it frequently. i think it's a good thing
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a minor update which promises stability and performance improvements, particularly in relation to Apple's Front Row software.
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thanks for the update
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I think specifically for the new Bonjour feature in Front Row.
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i agree and i also think that they don't do anything except for the last one that gave me the music store bar at the bottom.http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/new...eply&p=191301#
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wat does the update include
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i agree and i also think that they don't do anything except for the last one that gave me the music store bar at the bottom.http://www.mac-forums.com/forums/new...eply&p=191301#
i think most updates are stuff the average users doesn't notice, i.e. security patches and improved performance. The only things I've noticed about recent updates is the new appearance and the music bar at the bottom
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the day that i made that first post, i also got a 20 some MB security update, and a front row update. i would have never known that there was new updates out, i found out by accidently selecting "Software Update".
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the day that i made that first post, i also got a 20 some MB security update, and a front row update. i would have never known that there was new updates out, i found out by accidently selecting "Software Update".
In the System Preferences, you can set Software Update to check regularly for new updates. It the will notice you if updates are available, without you checking it manually.
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