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YouTube to MP3 Converters: Best Windows PC converters

There are some YouTube to MP3 converters that are specifically for Windows PC users. These converters are programs that can be downloaded and used on a Windows PC computer. Based on some research, these 5 YouTube to MP3 converters seem to be the best ones out there for Windows PC. 

aTube catcher

aTube catcher is a toolkit that you can allow you to get audio from a YouTube video as FLAC, WMA, WAV, OGG, and MP3 formats. When using this converter, you can set a limit for the number of active downloads (this can keep it from going to slow if trying to download 15 files at once). 

You can also change the location of where the file is saved, use a turbo mode, and tell your computer to shut down after the downloads have complete. That means you can make a quick playlist for download and head away from your desk and come back when it’s done. 

Pros include being completely free, lots of formats, a wide variety of websites plus YouTube you can use to get audio from, and you can do more than just download. Cons can be that you can’t listen to music while downloading and it can be a bit confusing to use. 

4K Video downloader

This software is simple and used for basic YouTube to MP3 conversions. This software also offers a few different formats, a downloading option, and just the need of the YouTube URL. This software can actually copy whole playlist, up to 24 songs long (this costs money, though). 

You can also download audio from more websites than just YouTube. Pros of 4K Video Downloader include a free function and different qualities. Cons involve the price associated with parts of the software and can take up some space, possibly slowing your PC’s performance. 

DVDVideoSoft Free YouTube to MP3 Converter

This converter can work with both Mac and Windows PC. It will work well on both platforms and is very easy. The program can skip certain downloads if it is going to be a repeat and save audio files into iTunes. It can shut down your computer once the downloads are finished and allow you to paste the URL’s automatically. 

Just as with the 4K Video downloader, you can download whole playlists, but you have to pay for that option. You can pay $69 per user for one year or $99 per user forever. Pros involve being very easy and well-designed. Cons hold pop-ups advertising the Premium option and the trial version is poorly slow, with only 1 format and one download at a time. 

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These are just some of the top three YouTube to MP3 converters available for Windows PC. Some are free, some cost money, and some have options for both. What are you looking for in a converter for your Windows PC? Is it worth the money? That’s up to you to decide.