Not just no, but HELL NO, I won't put anything made by Apple on a Windows computer. Don't read into this that I'm saying Macs suck or anything...I'm sure their crap works quite well on their own hardware. But Apple software on a Windows OS is usually (always) a bloated mess. That's the great thing about Windows though, there are MANY alternatives, and many of them free. I was skeptical as well, actually iTunes does run kinda slow on Windoze but it's not so bad if you own an iPod, and it's free software so you can always uninstall it.