(See Screenshot above for default folders) You shouldn’t see a subcrates folder in your new _Serato_ folder just yet, so just copy and paste this folder and its contents into your new _Serato_ folder and you’re done.

It may be, however, a headache because it will take up much space on your computer and make your computer slower and slower with the increasing media files added to i Tunes library.

Well, here you may want to move your i Tunes library to an external drive to release your computer space.

Amazon makes it insanely simple to align music purchased from it with your i Tunes library, but you need the Amazon Music app, available for both Mac and PC, instead of just accessing the service from a browser.

The app features two settings that open a pipeline directly to i Tunes for all Amazon Music purchases.

-make sure i Tunes is keeping your Library organized. But, just in case you have music files strewn all around your hard drive, these steps will help make things go much more smoothly when you are transferring other library data such as Song Ratings and Playlists.

If you aren’t going to be transferring Playlists and Song Ratings, you can skip this step. You may find that the hard drive on your old computer doesn’t have enough room to do this because some copies of files may have to be made, in which case – make room.

i Tunes library includes two i Tunes library files (i Tunes and i Tunes Library.xml) and an i Tunes Media folder.

It is a great fortune that you have a large number of songs, movies, e-books, videos and other media in your i Tunes library.

We will show you how to take music across three of the more popular cloud music services — Amazon Music, Google Play Music, and Xbox Music — and consolidate them into the most popular music manager, i Tunes.

Then we will tackle the chore of tidying up your i Tunes library, deleting duplicates, finding missing album art, and filling in metadata.

This post is part our multi-post guide on how to Transfer Your i Tunes Music Library to a New Computer.