What's new
  • Donate
    TheWindowsForum.com needs donations to stay online!
    Love TheWindowsForum.com? Then help keep it alive by sending a donation!

Updated Photos app for Windows 11 with iCloud Photos now rolling out to Windows Insiders


Our community has more than 50.000 registered members, and we'd love to have you as a member. Join us and take part in our unbiased discussions among people of all different backgrounds about Windows OS, Software, Hardware and more.


Well-Known Member
Staff member
Nov 29, 2020
Windows 10
Edge 103.0.1264.77
Hello Windows Insiders, During today’s event showcasing what’s next for Microsoft Surface, we showed that we’re bringing iCloud Photos integration directly to the updated Photos app which began rolling out to Windows Insiders a few weeks ago. We are beginning to roll out an update to the Photos app today (version 2022.31100.9001.0) to Windows Insiders in the Dev Channel with this new integration. The Microsoft Photos app allows you to view, organize, and share photos from your PC and OneDrive, and with this update, you’ll now be able to add and access your iCloud Photos directly from within the app as well. Your iCloud Photos will appear alongside photos from other sources in the beautifully redesigned “All Photos” gallery view, as well as on a dedicated page you can access from the side navigation pane. [caption id="attachment_175899" align="alignnone" width="1024"] Updated Photos app featuring all-new iCloud Photos integration. Updated Photos app featuring all-new iCloud Photos integration.[/caption] To get started, follow the quick setup steps in the Photos app! You’ll need to sign into the iCloud for Windows app on your PC and ensure that “Photos” are selected. FEEDBACK: Please file feedback in Feedback Hub (WIN + F) under Apps > Photos. Thanks, Dave Grochocki, Principal Product Manager Lead – Windows Inbox Apps

Continue reading...

Online statistics

Members online
Guests online
Total visitors