How to authorize my Windows PC when using iTunes 11?

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How do I get to the Store menu in iTunes 11 so that I can authorize my new PC to play my music?

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The store menu is hidden for some reason in iTunes 11. I have no idea why they did that, Apple is usually pretty good at making software that makes sense. Press the Alt key and select Store menu on the menu bar, then select “Authorize This Computer.”

 

The button at the top left corner of the window will also let you go to iTunes Store > Authorize This Computer.

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