For all those people who miss Amarok badly while on Windows, well fear not, your dream has come true….almost.
With the release of KDE4.0 which uses Qt4 framework, which has been GPL’d and available for Windows and MacOSX, a lot of effort has been put in to port KDE4 for Windows, which allows Amarok to be run under Windows as well.
At the moment, just a tech preview has been released, and you can get the steps required to install Amarok under Windows over at KDE techbase. Being a tech preview release, it’s rather buggy. In fact the developers have asked users not to submit any bug reports, because they’re busy working on the obvious ones. So don’t expect miracles. In fact, don’t expect Amarok not to crash.