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Apple has released an update to its iCloud for Windows beta, the service that lets Windows users access files and photos stored in iCloud and Apple’s new iCloud Drive feature.

Back in September, Apple opened up its new iCloud Drive feature, which later debuted with OS X Yosemite on the Mac, to Windows users through the app.

The update brings the iCloud for Windows beta up to build 410A44 and is available to AppleSeed testers now from the Downloads page of the iCloud for Windows beta project page.

Those that want to download the public iCloud for Windows build can do so here.

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