Initially, iTunes started out as a program called SoundJam MP, which after being purchased by Apple, became the base for the popular iTunes as we know it today. As Apple has grown and expanded into other markets and innovative platforms, they have brought iTunes along with them to include TV, Movies and even Games. Each new product line from Apple brings further amendments to iTunes, and sometimes even hints as to what future products Apple might release.
Apple lovers would definitely stick to iTunes but Windows users would think that iTunes is one big bloat for a media player. If for some reason iTunes cannot be uninstalled properly on Windows computer, you can do it with iTunes Removal Tool called ByeTunes. All you need to do is run the tool and click Yes asked to confirm on removing iTunes. Explorer.exe process will be terminate and clicking the I Agree button will start the removal of iTunes. It removes services from the registry, terminate process, unregister and remove DLLs, remove registry traces, program from startup, files, uninstall information, quick launch shortcut, start menu shortcut, desktop shortcut and directories.
ByeTunes is a portable single executable file which can be ran without any dependencies. ByeTunes was last updated on Sep 5, 2007 but it worked on our computer during testing. By the way this tool is called ByeTunes and not Bye iTunes.