iCloud is a new cloud service from Apple that will allow you to store all your music, photos, documents, etc, and wirelessly pushes them to all your devices. Every new iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch now comes with iOS 5 – all ready for iCloud.
iCloud for Windows
Apple has made available iCloud Control Panel for Windows, which you can download and install on your Windows PC.
If you own an iOS 5 or later device and would like to sync and store your data using iCloud, using your Windows computer, you will have to sign up for an iCloud account and use iCloud for Windows.
To create an iCloud account you need an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch with iOS 5, or a Mac with OS X Lion v10.7.2. When you sign up for iCloud, you automatically get 5GB of free storage.
Using the iCloud Control Panel will require Microsoft Outlook 2007 or later, and Safari 5.1.1 or Internet Explorer 8 or later, to be installed on your Windows 8, Windows 7 or your Windows Vista computer.
If you would like to sync and store your data using iCloud, you can download iCloud Control Panel for Windows from Apple. UPDATE: 22 Sept 2104. The software has been updated. It now adds adds full support for iCloud Drive and allows Windows users to access Apple’s iCloud Drive to save and retrieve files.
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