The latest update of Windows 10 October 2018, iCloud for Windows users is a & # 39; look at complacency issues. As indicated MSPowerUser, the latest version of Windows 10 is not consistent with the latest version of iCloud, but it is said that Microsoft and Apple are working together to solve these issues.
When Windows users try to install the latest version of iCloud, convert 184.108.40.206, after being updated to the construction of 10 October 2018, a message will be given a mistake. This message says that iCloud for Windows "needs Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (renewed April 2018) and earlier."
For those users who had previously installed the app before the latest Windows 10 update, there are several features with Designation and other features.
Posting on his support webpage, Microsoft says that he has blocked users with the application you have already installed from updating to Windows 10 October 2018 device building. In addition to there, Microsoft says that he works with Apple to give users a "consistent access" of iCloud.
Apple has indicated that it is not compatible with iCloud for Windows (version 220.127.116.11) where users can update or modify Shamhlan Shared after Windows 10, 1809 version.
Users who try to install the app (version 18.104.22.168) on Windows 10, a version of 1809 messages say that this version of iCloud for Windows is not supported, and the installation crash.
To make sure you check out, Microsoft is blocking tools with iCloud for Windows (version 22.214.171.124) software installed from to # 39; offers window 10, 1809 version until this case is resolved.
For those who are unfamiliar, iCloud Apple is a Windows application that allows users to access the iCloud basic desktop from their desktop, and # 39; including pictures, posts, files and more.
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