How To Install iTunes & iClouds On Windows 7, 8, 10 in 2018 For Free (English)

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Do you love Apple? Not the fruit but the technology gaint, If yes then you must be aware of what is iTunes and iCloud but for those who don’t know what is itunes and iCloud I will just give a brief about both of them. So basically iTunes is  a media player, media library, Internet radio broadcaster, and mobile device management application developed by Apple Inc, similarly iCloud is a cloud storage and cloud computing service from Apple Inc.

Now as itunes and iCloud is so popular among the apple fans most of the people cannot afford both iPhone and Mac book so in this case if they wanted to use iTunes or iCloud on their laptops how they will do it? No need to worry we will help you in this sinario. So here is step by step guide with videos guide on how to install iTunes and I cloud on windows laptop/Desktop.

Also Read: How To Activate Windows 8.1 Pro, 7, 10, or Any Version In 2018 (100% Working Trick)

How to install iTunes and iCloud on windows

  1. Open your web browser and enter iCloud download and similarly enter iTunes.
  2. Now search for genuine link with apple.com at the beginning so that everything will be great. If you are unable to find the correct link here are links for both iTunes and iCloud.
  3. iTunes: https://www.apple.com/in/itunes/download/
  4. iCloud: https://support.apple.com/en-in/HT204283
  5. Now just download the both the files in order to install iTunes and iCloud by selecting correct version your laptop (32 bit or 64 bit).
  6. Now once the files are downloaded follow the given steps individually to install iTunes and iCloud.

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How to Install iTunes

  1. Now open the folder where the files is download and double click on iTunes steup.
  2. Now a pop window will and will ask you to agree terms and conditions just simply click on agree  now just click on Next and then hit Install.
  3. During process two popups will open asking yes or no simply hit yes and move on.
  4. Now once installation begins it will take 4-5 minutes to complete be patient and wait till it completes.
  5.  Now after 4-5 minutes you will see the setup is completed installation just click on finish.

How to Install iCloud

  1. Now open the folder where the files is download and double click on iTunes steup.
  2. Now a pop window will and will ask you to agree terms and conditions just simply click on agree  now just click on Next and then hit Install.
  3. During process two popups will open asking yes or no simply hit yes and move on.
  4. Now once installation begins it will take 4-5 minutes to complete be patient and wait till it completes.
  5.  Now after 4-5 minutes you will see the setup is completed installation just click on finish.
  6. After you click finish you will be asked to restart your computer/laptop just click on restart it now.
  7. Once it’s restsre you are ready to go.

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