The most basic task for which you use iTunes is to listen to audio CDs. In addition to the capabilities provided by a “regular” CD player, iTunes provides many additional features.
When you launch iTunes and insert an audio CD, you will see the iTunes window (see Figure 16.1).
The iTunes window consists of two panes—Source and Content—and the control and display area that surrounds those panes.
The first time any user launches iTunes, the iTunes Setup Assistant opens and configures iTunes for that user. For example, the assistant will ...