- To delete everything in iTunes.
- Open the app and select “Music” from the left-hand menu.
- Next, select the album or song you want to delete and press the “Delete” button.
Delete Your ENTIRE Apple Music Library
If you are using an older version of iTunes (for example, prior to 10.7), then deleting it from your computer may require using Apple’s uninstaller tool.
Some tips on how to delete iTunes playlists effectively include using a playlist manager software, clearing the playlist’s data from the iTunes library, or deleting individual songs from the playlist.
To reset iTunes to factory settings, open iTunes and click on the “iTunes Store” tab. Next, click on the “Store” button in the upper-left corner of the window and then select “Reset Store.” Finally, enter your Apple ID password when prompted and click on the “Reset” button.
Unfortunately, deleting your iTunes account is not as easy as it may sound. Deleting your account will remove all of your music, movies, and TV shows from your devices and iTunes library, as well as any purchases you’ve made. If you have any content that you’d like to keep, you’ll need to copy it over to a different device or storage service before deleting your account.
The process of deleting an iTunes library on Windows will vary depending on the version of Windows you are using, the size of your iTunes library, and your specific preferences. However, some tips on how to delete an iTunes library on Windows include using the Windows File Explorer or Command Prompt tools, searching for and deleting specific files and folders, and using a third-party iTunes deletion tool.
To delete all songs on Apple Music, follow these steps:
Open the Apple Music app on your device.
Tap the three lines in the top left corner of the screen.
Under “Library,” tap “Songs.”
On the right side of the screen, tap “All Songs.”
At the bottom of the screen, tap “Delete.
Yes, you can mass delete songs on Apple Music. To do this, open the “My Music” section of the app and select a song or playlist. Tap the three lines in the top left corner of the song or playlist screen and select “Delete.
No, restoring iTunes does not delete anything.
To delete an old iTunes account, open iTunes and select “Accounts” in the main menu. Select the account you want to delete and click the “Delete Account” button.
To erase an iPhone backup and restore from iTunes: 1) open iTunes
2) select the device you want to erase backups from
3) click the “Erase” button
4) enter your password when prompted
5) click “Erase” to confirm
It depends on your situation. If you have any content that is purchased through the iTunes Store, then deleting your Apple ID will delete that content. If you only have content that was downloaded from the iTunes Store, then deleting your Apple ID won’t delete that content.
To create a new iTunes account, go to https://www.apple.com/itunes/createaccount and follow the on-screen instructions.
To select all tracks in Apple Music library, open the app and go to the main menu. Tap on Library and then on All Tracks.
Deleting iTunes will delete any music, movies, TV shows, or audiobooks you have purchased from the iTunes Store. It will also delete any songs or albums that are currently playing in your library.
No, a factory reset does not delete everything. Factory resets are designed to restore the phone to its original settings and configuration.