Within a short span of time, Apple Music has been able to catch the imagination of millions of music lovers around the world. With the biggest music library along with cool features primed to entice users, it has everything that it takes to be a top-notch music service platform.

However, there are times when you get bored even with the best of stuff. If you ever don’t want to see Apple Music on your Mac/Windows PC or wish to remove it from iTunes temporarily, there is an option to do it.

How to Remove Apple Music from iTunes

Remember, it won’t unsubscribe the music service. Rather, it will simply remove it from iTunes on your Mac.

How to Remove Apple Music from iTunes on Your Mac and Windows PC

On your Mac

Step #1. First off, you need to open iTunes on your Mac.

Step #2. Next up, you have to head over to the iTunes menu.

Step #3. Now, select Preferences.

Click on Preferences in iTunes on Mac

Step #4. Click on the Restrictions tab.

Click on Restictions Tab in iTunes Preferences on Mac

Step #5. Check the boxes named Apple Music and Connect.

Disable Apple Music in iTunes on Mac

On your Windows PC

Step #1. Open iTunes.

Step #2. Click on Edit from the top navigation menu.

Step #3. Click on Preferences.

Click on Preferences in iTunes on Windows PC

Step #4. Click on Parental Tab → Click on the Apple Music Connect check box.

Click on Apple Music Connect in iTunes on Windows PC

That’s it!

Apple Music had been launched with iOS 8.4 last year. Though there is no doubt about the quality of music and performance, there are a lot of bugs that have, from time to time, taken away the sheen from it.

Despite some glitches, Apple’s music service has rocked the industry. Those, who used to believe once that supremacy of Spotify can never be challenged, have begun to admit that it’s more than capable to not only dominate the industry but also steal away the number one position from the most popular music service provider.

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