What is iCloud for Windows?
After you set up iCloud on an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac, you can use iCloud for Windows to access your photos, videos, calendar, files, and other important information on your Windows PC. Your information stays up to date on all your devices.
You can download iCloud for Windows from the Microsoft Store. See the Apple Support article Download iCloud for Windows.
Here are the iCloud features available in iCloud for Windows:
iCloud Photos, iCloud Shared Photo Library, and Shared Albums
iCloud Photos automatically and securely stores all your photos and videos, and keeps them up to date on all your devices and on iCloud.com. Learn how to view photos and videos.
With iCloud Shared Photo Library, you can create a separate iCloud photo library and share it with up to five other people. Learn how to view your Shared Library.
Shared Albums lets you share photos and videos with just the people you choose. They can add comments and share photos and videos with you. Learn how to create and share albums.
Securely store and organize your files in iCloud Drive. Access files and folders in File Explorer and share them with a link. Changes stay up to date on all your devices. Learn what you can do with files and folders.
Mail, Contacts, and Calendar
Access your iCloud Mail, Contacts, and Calendar in Microsoft Outlook. When you make a change on your Windows computer, your information is updated everywhere. Learn how to set up iCloud Mail, Contacts, and Calendar.
iCloud Passwords can autofill your passwords in a web browser on your Windows computer. You can also manage your passwords in the iCloud Passwords app. Learn what you can do with iCloud Passwords.
View your web bookmarks in a browser on your Windows computer. Learn how to set up iCloud Bookmarks.
Some iCloud features have minimum system requirements. iCloud might not be available in all areas, and iCloud features might vary by area. See the Apple Support article System requirements for iCloud.