Set up iCloud for Windows on your PC
With iCloud for Windows, you can access information stored in iCloud on your PC.
Note: Before you can use iCloud for Windows, you must set up iCloud on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. See Set up iCloud on all your devices in the iCloud User Guide.
Set up iCloud for Windows
If you don’t already have it, download iCloud for Windows from the Microsoft Store. See the Apple Support article Download iCloud for Windows.
On your Windows computer, open iCloud for Windows.
Sign in with your Apple ID.
Make sure to sign in with the same Apple ID that you use on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac.
Select or deselect each feature, then click Apply.
For more information about setting up specific iCloud features, see any of the following:
iCloud for Windows compatibility
If you use a Managed Apple ID, iCloud for Windows isn’t supported. See the Apple Support article About Managed Apple IDs for education.
If you added security keys to your account, iCloud for Windows isn’t supported. See the Apple Support article About Security Keys for Apple ID.
If you turned on Advanced Data Protection for iCloud, you can sign in only if your Windows computer has iCloud for Windows 14.1 or later. See the Apple Support article How to turn on Advanced Data Protection for iCloud.