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How to Transfer movies from Mac iTunes to Microsoft Surface Pro

vina1178 asked on
I want to buy a Microsoft Surface Pro and then watch the iTunes movies on it. 

Since Surface Pro is an outstanding portable digital media player with its 10.6-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 display.

However, I know from my friends that movies, video, TV shows purchased from iTunes stores are locked with Apple's DRM protection. 

So does any program can help me to transfer movies from Mac iTunes to Microsoft Surface Pro?

Which is the best and an easy-using software program? Please help. PS. I am a mac user.
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Install iTunes and watch the videos from it...            
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daov replied on
LCRT is correct. You need only install iTunes, sign in with your Apple ID and your cloud stored content will appear for you to watch. If you have content stored locally on the Mac, then you would need to transfer it over using a flash drive or USB hard drive.
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