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What's happened to iTunes?

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I've used iTunes for years and never had a problem.  I just downloaded the latest version, created a playlist folder and tried to drop my songs by using drag and drop and it won't let me drop them.  I get an symbol indicating it won't work.  Can someone enlighten me please? Thanks  BYW, I'm using Windows 10 on a brand new Samsung notebook.
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I am using iTunes on Windows 10. When I look at Music, you are correct: you cannot drag the music. You can copy (and so paste) and delete.

Too many accidents with drag and drop perhaps.
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That is a radical departure from the old way of doing things.  Okay, I'll try it.
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Thanks
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Yes Apple keeps changing the furniture
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