iCloud is an online storage device that can be used to store and sync data from any of your devices. It’s also the perfect solution for backing up all of the files on your Windows 10 PC. You can add iCloud to File Explorer in just a few steps!
The process is simple and straightforward – it only takes about five minutes! Follow these instructions and you’ll have iCloud set up in no time at all. Once it’s done, you won’t have to worry about losing anything important ever again.
You’ll need at least one Apple device for this tutorial. Your PC won’t be able to sync iCloud files without an iOS or macOS device! To add your iCloud account, you’ll need to have the iCloud Control Panel enabled on your device. Now let’s get started!
Launch File Explorer and click This PC in the left-hand navigation pane. Right-click it and select Properties from the menu that pops up. Select the Previous Versions tab near the bottom of the panel that appears. Click “Configure” next to “Prevent accidental deletion of Shadow Copies.” Here you will be asked if you want to turn off shadow copies altogether – think very carefully about this decision before proceeding.
Windows 10 users can now backup all of their files to the cloud with iCloud
File management has never been easier than with iCloud’s integration into file explorer
The amount of data available on your computer is only as limited as how much storage you have in iCloud
You will be able to use another device, such as your iPhone or iPad, if there are any problems
Click here now to learn how to add iCloud on File Explorer on Windows 10!
If you’re a Windows 10 user, it can be difficult to store files on your computer and keep them backed up. With iCloud for PC from Microsoft, however, that is easy! All you need is an internet connection and the iCloud app installed on your device. In this article we will show you how to add iCloud in File Explorer so that backing up becomes as easy as pie! What are some of your favorite ways to use iCloud? Let us know with a comment below or by reaching out through social media. We love hearing about new ways people find creative uses for their devices!