iTunes 11.0.1 released, resurrects duplicate song tool and solves other performance bugs

iTunes 11.0.1 released, resurrects duplicate song tool and solves other performance bugs

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Barely a fortnight after Apple unleashed iTunes 11 into the wild, the software's first notable update is making its way into OS X's Software Update. While only bumping it to v11.0.1, the refresh adds the ability to easily weed out duplicate items in one's iTunes library -- a feature...
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