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iTunes 7.1 update adds fullscreen coverflowMusic
CoverFlow was a very cool feature that appeared in iTunes in version 7. It displays your albums covers in a slick interface where you can flip through your collection (which left many scrambling to get missing album art :) Unfortunately it's pretty resource-heavy and won't run on all computers. But for those that can run it, here's even better news. The new update for iTunes 7.1 added the ability to use CoverFlow in a full screen mode, which is awesome. Now I can stop using Media Center to do this because it wouldn't always recognize all my album art.


To toggle fullscreen coverflow, click the small button in the bottom right.

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