The iCloud service in Apple is one of those services that has grown the most in recent years. It not only serves to store files of all kinds, but with the new updates it now serves to give its users greater security on the Internet. These services available to Apple users are now available to Windows users as well. With version 13 new and interesting changes have been introduced.
Apple has released a major update to iCloud for Windows, bringing the version number of the software to 13. Apple has added support for Apple ProRes videos (you know, the new format that makes devices used to record movies ) and Apple ProRAW photos (to be able to edit the photos from the raw file with all possible quality), so files in these formats can now be accessed from Windows PC via iCloud. But perhaps the most interesting of all, are the new security features that have been added through iCloud on Windows. Security that is essential today and because of how we use our technological devices for everything.
All participants in a shared iCloud Drive file or folder can now also add or remove people. Apple has introduced support for generating strong passwords using the dedicated iCloud application. Now Windows users can log in the same way iOS and macOS users do in Safari to generate passwords.
Like any update that is provided, software fixes have been added that eliminate certain bugs or vulnerabilities. So, no matter where you look, if you use iCloud for Windows, it is a good idea to update to this version 13. 12 + 1 for the superstitious.