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The Zune software is used to manage the Zune, and runs exclusively on Windows XP and later.
It can rip CDs, manage music and can be used to access Zune Marketplace.
Both products were later united under the Zune brand name in the U. In this generation the touch-sensitive Zune Pad was introduced.
The 4 and 8 GB Zunes are flash-based and smaller in size than the 80 GB version. The third-generation Zune 16 and 120 came out September 16, 2008, though are commonly referred to as second-generation as the only hardware change was additional capacity, it was not redesigned.
These were to be known as the second generation of Zunes.
The Zune 80 featured a 3.2 inch screen, while the Zune 4 and 8 come with an 1.8 inch screen.
Each user has a personal Zune Tag, which corresponds with his Xbox Live Gamer Tag if he has one.
Zune Social allows two Zunes to send songs wirelessly, but with extensive DRM restrictions.
Files can be shared wirelessly between Zunes and PCs as well as other Zune devices.
Zune's distinguishing features are its FM radio, subscription model, and the Zune Social.
FM radio is available on all Zune hardware models, while Zune HD also features HD radio.
The Zune 80 came bundled with a USB connection cord and premium headphones.
The Zune 4 and 8 come with a USB connection cord and basic headphones.
In addition, support for audiobooks from online stores like Audible.com, and Public libraries that support Over Drive media files such as the Free Library of Philadelphia was added.