“Though the ability to identify duplicate songs has disappeared with the release of iTunes 11, Apple is said to be working on reinstitution the feature in a future update,” AppleInsider reports.

“The departure of the duplicate song finder in iTunes 11 was noted as a ‘drawback’ in Walt Mossberg’s review of the software,” AppleInsider reports. “But the Wall Street Journal tech columnist also noted that Apple officials indicated to him the function will ‘soon be restored in a minor update of the program.'”

AppleInsider reports, “In previous versions of iTunes, users were given an option called ‘Display Exact Duplicates.’ This feature would help users to clean up their music library by displaying songs that had multiple copies.”

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