If you're a Windows user, yet insist on using Apple's cloud computing package, iCloud for Windows is the perfect addition to your Windows XP/Windows Vista or Windows 7 desktop computing experience.
the iCloud Control Panel for Windows gives you the ability to synchronize your photos, images, videos and other multimedia formats from your Apple devices, over the iCloud and into your Windows PC. It not only supports the typical iPhone variants, but also tablet computing with devices like the iPad.
In addition to syncing your multimedia files, iCloud for Windows gives you the option to synchronize your calendar and agenda book, office documents, emails, contacts and contact cards and more to your Windows PC!
The application is certainly freeware but you will need to have a device compatible with the iCloud service and you'll be required to have your registration data handy if you want to get this service up and running on Windows. Microsoft Outlook 2007 will also be required if you're wanting to sync your notes, contacts, emails.
Setup of iCloud Control Panel for Windows is pretty easy and straight-forward; You are given a maximum of 5GB of cloud disk space, and you can get automatic synchronization up and running with Windows in very little time. You will also be required to have your iPad or iPhone available when you set this app up.
From Apple:The iCloud Control Panel download is required to use Photo Stream, Contacts and Calendars (Microsoft Outlook 2007 or later required) and Bookmarks (Safari 5.1.1 or Internet Explorer 8 or later required).
Note: 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.iCloud Control Panel 220.127.116.11
is licensed as Freeware
for the Windows operating system / platform without restrictions. iCloud Control Panel is available to all software users as a free download (Freeware).
iCloud Control Panel Virus and Malware Tests:
For security reasons, you should also check out the iCloud Control Panel virus and malware test
that has been uploaded; additional iCloud Control Panel screenshots may be available, too.