iTunes for Windows XP is a specific version of the free digital media player offered through Apple. iTunes plays and organizes digital music and video files. iTunes is also an interface to manage iPod players as well as the iPhone.
Here’s how to download iTunes for Windows XP:
1. Go to the iTunes download section at http://www.apple.com/itunes/download. Click the blue “Download Now” button on the left side of the page.
2. For Internet Explorer
When using IE, and you download iTunes for Windows XP (or any other new software such iPod software) a new bar will appear at the top of the window that says “To help protect your security, Internet Explorer blocked the site from downloading files to your computer. Click here for options…” Click this bar and select “Download the File”. Then click “Save” within the new popup window. Pick the folder where you want to download the iTunes file.
3. For Mozilla
If you are using Mozilla with Windows XP, after you click to download iTunes, a popup window will appear and you’ll click “Save File”. Choose the folder you want to download iTunes.
4. If you have not yet installed iTunes for Windows XP and you click on any links leading to the iTunes Store, you'll see a message that says “This page cannot be displayed.” A pop-up bar will appear near the top of the screen that says you need to install ActiveX Control. Click the information bar and select ActiveX Control. A pop-up security warning will appear, click “Install"