Getting set up with iCloud on Windows 10

It’s perfectly reasonable to expect a large number of iPhone and iPad owners to also use a Windows computer. The same was true back in the early days of the iPod and led to the development of iTunes for Windows. It’s never been the greatest piece of software ever, but Apple, albeit less so than Microsoft, does recognize the necessity to make services cross-platform. It’s also perfectly reasonable that you may have never been aware that you could use iCloud on your Windows PC. It’s not exactly shouted about since Apple would prefer you use its own hardware and software together. But, if you’re using a mix of iOS and Windows, here’s the very basics on how to get set up with iCloud on Windows 10.