iCloud for Windows

iCloud for Windows keeps your photos, videos, mail, calendar and other important information up to date and available on your Windows PC.

What do users say about iCloud for Windows?

iCloud for Windows has been 4.5 out of 5 based on 1000+ users reviews as of 2021.

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iCloud for Windows FAQ's

How do I access iCloud from Windows?
Set up iCloud for Windows

1. Download iCloud for Windows on your PC.

2. Restart your computer.

3. Make sure iCloud for Windows is open.

4. Enter your Apple ID to sign in to iCloud.

5. Choose the features and content that you want to keep up to date across your devices.

6. Click Apply.

How do I get iCloud on my PC?
You can access iCloud on any computer or phone by going to On an iPhone, iPad, or Mac, your Apple ID menu lets you manage iCloud and choose what data it saves. To access iCloud on a new device, you might need to enter a two-factor authentication code.
Can I download iCloud on Windows?
iCloud for Windows lets you access your files, photos, contacts, calendars, and more on your Apple devices and your Windows PC. Download iCloud for Windows. iCloud might not be available in all areas and features vary. If you use a Managed Apple ID, iCloud for Windows isn't supported.
Is iCloud for Windows an app?
We're excited to announce that starting today, iCloud for Windows is now available to download as an app in the Microsoft Store worldwide. For more information about the iCloud for Windows app please visit Apple Support.
Does iCloud for windows cost money?
You can download the new iCloud app for free from the Microsoft Store today. In a blog post, Microsoft says that the new iCloud app uses the same technology that powers OneDrive's Files On-Demand feature, which lets you access files without having to fully download them.
Is iCloud for Windows Good?
The iCloud Drive file-syncing and storage service is worth using, especially if you're committed to Apple's ecosystem, but it doesn't quite measure up to the competition from Google and Microsoft.
What is better iCloud or Google Drive?
iCloud is the more secure platform, although Google Drive has made several necessary steps forward recently. Both platforms enable you to use multi-factor authentication, which we highly recommend. Almost all data stored on iCloud's servers is encrypted both in transit and at rest to 128-bit AES standard.
Why can't I install iCloud on Windows 10?
This is a simple fix that can be effective. Try restarting Windows 10, and then run the iCloud software installer as an administrator. To run the installer as an administrator, right-click the iCloud setup file and select Run as administrator from the context menu.

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iCloud for Windows keeps your photos, videos, mail, calendar and other important information up so far and available on your Windows PC.

iCloud Photos

• Keep your photos up so far across all of your devices, including your PC.

• Create Shared Albums and invite others to feature their own photos, videos, and comments.

iCloud Drive

• Safely store and access your files and folders in iCloud Drive.

• Share files with friends, family, and colleagues right from File Explorer.

iCloud Passwords

• Save and sync your passwords across your devices and PC in Chrome using the iCloud Passwords extension.

iCloud Mail, Contacts, Calendars, and Bookmarks

• Keep mail, contacts, and calendars up so far across all of your devices, including your PC.

• Share calendars with other iCloud users.

• Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome Bookmarks automatically stay awake so far with Safari.

iCloud for Windows requires:

• Outlook 2016 or later (for Mail, Contacts, Calendars)

• Internet Explorer 11 or later, Firefox 68 or later, or Google Chrome 80 or later (for Bookmarks)