iCloud is Apple's online storage service for Windows. It has a control panel that allows you to manage online content stored in an iCloud account and synchronize it between all kinds of Apple devices as well as your PC.
Synchronize data across all your devices
With iCloud for Windows, iOS users can easily keep emails, contacts and calendars up to date between their Apple devices and their PC.
The program provides options for synchronizing your bookmarks in Internet Explorer, Firefox, and Google Chrome (Windows) with your Safari bookmarks on iOS and Mac.
iCloud automatically uploads photos taken in order to access them directly from your computer. The same applies the other way round, whenever photos are added to the iCloud Photos folder (available in the file browser after installing iCloud), they are automatically synchronized to all your Apple devices.
Finally, it's worth mentioning that various options are available for sharing photos and videos with other people. Others can then add their own photos, videos and comments.
Integration with Windows Explorer
Of course to use iCloud, You need to have at least one Apple mobile device and an Apple ID. Configuring the software is extremely easy, all the user has to do is choose what type of content they want to synchronize or not.
Then, unless you want to change the synchronization options, everything takes place in Windows explorer which is integrated with iCloud through two folders (iCloud Photos and iCloud Drive) available in the favorites menu. To upload files to your iCloud simply drag and drop or copy and paste them into these folders.
Useful for accessing your data wherever you are
iCloud is very useful for syncing and retrieving your data on multiple devices. Setting it up is a piece of cake and its integration with Windows explorer makes managing your files a whole lot easier.