iCloud for PC keeps your photos, videos, mail, calendar and other important information up to date and available on your Windows PC. Your documents are always available, even when you’re offline.
So far we have looked at the benefits of using icloud on your iPhone or iPad and how to set up icloud for these devices. This time around I will go over the process of setting up icloud on a Windows machine so that all of your iCloud data is available and in sync across all of your devices.
Apple debuted the new iCloud Keychain password manager app back in August, allowing Windows users to access their iCloud Keychain passwords for cross-device functionality. With strong password support, Windows users can access the same password generating technology available for Safari on iOS devices and Macs.
get iCloud up and running on your Windows PC:
– Go to the icloud website
– Click on the download icloud for windows button
– Run the installer and follow the onscreen instructions
How to login in icloud on windows pc
Once installed, open iCloud for Windows and sign in with your Apple ID. The next step is to select which types of data you want to have available on your Windows PC. After that, iCloud for Windows will start syncing with your other devices.
Recently Apple had introduced a major update to iCloud on pc, bringing the version number for the software to 13. Apple has added support for Apple ProRes videos and Apple ProRAW photos, so files in these formats can now be accessed from Windows PCs via iCloud.
How to update iCloud on windows
Apple doesn’t update iCloud for Windows as regularly as it does on iOS and macOS, so a new version is always newsworthy. Version 13 update adds three welcome new features:
- Allow participants of an iCloud Drive shared file or folder to add or remove people.
- Support for Apple ProRes videos and Apple ProRaw photos.
- Support for generating strong passwords via the iCloud Passwords app.
All participants of an iCloud Drive shared file or folder are now also able to add or remove people, and Apple has introduced support for generating strong passwords using the iCloud Passwords app.