Although Microsoft has reinstalled the process of introducing an updated Windows operating system on October 10, 2018, some problems seem to remain, as people find that they can not use iCloud after installing the update.
If users try to install the latest version of iCloud for Windows 10, version 220.127.116.11 with the preinstalled update in October 2018, an error message is displayed indicating that "iCloud for Windows needs Windows 7, Windows 8, or Windows 10 (update in April 2018 ) and earlier. "
If you already have an application installed, you may find that when using the software, there are more problems with the synchronization of files and photos with Apple's cloud storage service.
This is certainly a frustrating issue, but it is good news that Microsoft is working with Apple to address these issues.
In the workplace on the Windows 10 Update Support website, Microsoft warned Apple that it was incompatible with iCloud for Windows (version 18.104.22.168), where users can update the problems after the update in Windows 10, version 1809 update shared albums. "
Version 1809 is an update in October 2018. For now, Microsoft is a "blocking device with iCloud for Windows (version 22.214.171.124) that is installed with the offered window 10, version 1809, until this problem is resolved."
So if you have iCloud installed, you will find that you can not install the update in October 2018. This is annoying, but better than finding a folder and files is no longer syncing properly with iCloud.
Microsoft claims to work with Apple to create a compatible version of iCloud for updating in October 2018 to be included in a future release. We hope that we will not have to wait too long.