How to Sync and Auto-Save All your Documents on iCloud from a MacBook Pro

Although often unused, the iCloud is a very powerful tool if you use multiple Apple devices. The iCloud is an application which allows you to save your files, folders, and various other items on to a virtual cloud which you can access from any device that is iCloud connectible.

Usually it is required to save individual files on to iCloud in order to have them on your other devices that have iCloud access. But if you configure it right then any document you save on your PC will automatically be synced on to iCloud and you can then access it from any device of your choice. If you want to learn to use this feature, follow the steps below:

Step 1
Head over to the ‘Menu’ at the bottom of the screen and click on ‘System Preferences’.

Step 2
In the ‘System Preferences’ tray click on the ‘iCloud’ tab.

Step 3
In the next page, Click on the ‘Options’ button next to the iCloud logo.

Step 4
A list of all the various types of programmed which can be synced to the iCloud is shown. Tick the ‘Desktop & Documents Folders’ option. Then click on ‘Done’.

Step 5
Now any file or folder you save on your desktop or in your documents folder will automatically be synced on to iCloud.

Your PC will now have achieved a whole new level of ease of access since any file or folder you now save can be operated on from a different device which allows you to have complete control of all your files from all your devices. Make sure to use the iCloud application to its fullest potential as it can provide a whole lot of features to help your different processes.
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