First launched in September 2014, iCloud for Windows enables users to get their iCloud Drive content on their Windows desktop. Users also have access to their iCloud Photo Stream and Photo Sharing.

For those that haven't used iCloud for Windows before, this can all be found in a new folder created under Favorites. You'll also need to be running at least iOS 8, or if you have a Mac in addition to a Windows PC, OS X Yosemite, in order to take advantage of iCloud Drive at all.

The new beta build, numbered 410A44, can be downloaded by AppleSeed testers. If you want to use the public version of iCloud for Windows, you can download that here.

Via: 9to5Mac