Re: ICloud for Windows and JAWS
If it is properly set up an iCloud Drive folder will be created on your computer, I believe it is in your user folder, and just as with Dropbox and OneDrive files that are saved in it will appear in it.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Barbara
Sent: Tuesday, February 19, 2019 4:48 PM
Subject: ICloud for Windows and JAWS
I have some files on my IPhone which I wish to transfer to my Windows 7 computer. The files are currently located in the Files folder on my IPhone. It was suggested I use ICloud for Windows. I have never used it before. I had it on my computer from some unknown cause in the past. Anyhow, I opened the program and it requested my Apple ID and password. I provided that. Then nothing clear is happening. I pressed insert-W and it gave me a list of basic windows hot keys. I tabbed some and got something which said check box but did not let me know what it was for. I can tab to various things. One was storage. I went into that and could not figure it out as I tabbed around.
Note I am using JAWS 2019.
Any tips on how to use this program? I also have a second computer which is Windows 10, so if the tips are different for each OS, let me know both.
Thanks in advance for any help.