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Google Music

Back on the 17th of November Google announced the generally availability of Google Music…

We’re excited to announce that Music Beta by Google is officially graduating from beta today! Google Music will remain a free service, and you can continue to store up to 20,000 songs in your personal music library.

As well as an updated terms of service, and a music store (that works via Android Market).

The terms of service clarifies that each individual uploads and maintains his individual copy of a music file (unlike Apple’s service which may well substitute your copy with one from the iTunes store).

And while I think Google Music is a great value (it’s free), I think it might still be a little buggy…

My music library has in excess of 30,000 MP3 files, and while I understand that Google will not upload all of them, and that I might not be able to control exactly which 20,000 songs they upload (without creating a copy of the songs I have in a separate directory structure) I’m at a loss as to why I only have 19,088 from my collection uploaded — and the error I see in the load is “too many files in account”…

While I wouldn’t be shocked if I got 19,999 songs uploaded, it seem to me that there’s definit


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Windows Vista Service Pack 1

For your convenience, here are direct links to Windows Vista Service Pack 1

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 64 bit

Windows Vista Service Pack 1 32 bit

Originally posted 2008-05-11 16:19:28.


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