How to Transfer Music from iTunes to USB 2015

Are you looking to backup your iTunes music library to a USB flash drive or external hard drive? This guide will show you how to transfer your iTunes music library to a backup drive on a Windows 10 computer. This process should also work for Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8 users.

First, open iTunes and click on the drop-down menu in the top left corner. From there, select preferences and then choose “advanced”. This will show you the directory where your iTunes music is being stored. If your iTunes Media is on your C drive, you can browse through your user account and locate your music folder.

Once you have located your iTunes music folder, you can select the files you want to transfer. Keep in mind that if you have a large library, you may not be able to transfer the entire folder over to a flash drive. Check the available space on your backup drive to make sure you have enough storage for your files.

If you are unable to copy your entire directory, you can select specific folders or files that you want to transfer. Simply right-click and select “copy” and then navigate to your backup drive and select “paste”.

To make sure your music is backed up, double-check that it has been copied over to your backup drive. Once you have confirmed the transfer, you can delete the files from your computer’s hard drive.

Overall, this process is simple and straightforward. The most important thing is to find the directory where your iTunes music is being stored. This will allow you to manually transfer your files over to a backup drive, making sure your music is safe and sound.