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Easy why to Delete Music copes. (Windows)


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Hello I have over 41.6 GBs of extra files of all my music on in my Itunes. Is their a way to delete all of them but keep the original file? All my music is on an external Hard drive. So when I find some of the files and delete them they stay on the external hard drive. So is their a easy way were Itunes takes them off of the external hard drive?
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If you're sending unwanted music from either internal or external hard drive to the Recycle Bin (Win) [Trash in MacOS], then you need to empty the bin before quitting iTunes or ejecting the external drive. Emptying the bin will delete the trashed music file - from either drive.

If you wish to keep the original music file, then make sure you don't send it to Rcycle; or you should store the original on a separate drive, or on a write-protected dvd.

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