Speed Up iTunes Conversions By Keeping Preferences Open

iTunes can be notoriously slow at times, but—strangely—you can speed up your iTunes conversions by keeping the preferences window open.

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If you're converting a bunch of songs, they tend to go pretty fast at first but slow down after a couple finish. This happens because the iTunes interface has to keep updating during the conversion. Fortunately, opening the preferences window disables the iTunes interface and allow conversions to run much faster. So next time you've got a large batch just open preferences until it is finished. It could save you some time.

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