Unable to Download or See iCloud Photos on Windows 10

As always the iCloud appears to be a perfect way of viewing and sharing your Photos which is already stored on your Apple devices. The same can be stored and downloaded to a Windows PC and also from the iCloud Photo Library/My Photo Stream.

However, while doing this, some errors can occur in the hallway, and these errors will prevent you from completing the task. Persistently, if you have been troubled by this issue, then need not to worry! We are providing a few simple steps which can definitely help you in finding a permanent solution to these errors. Below the steps are mentioned.

Steps to Download iCloud Photos on Windows 10

Here are a few solutions which can surely help you in finding the permanent solution of these errors. All the solution are very easy to follow, but you need to follow in ascending order to avoid trouble, and it will also save your lots of time and efforts, and for more details follow the below-given steps:

Set Up iCloud Photos

Already if you have installed iCloud on your PC, then leap into the Photos Option panel only to confirm that if you have set up any iCloud Photos properly to download your photos directly from the iCloud.

For this follow the steps mentioned below:

  1. Click on the iCloud icon
  2. Select “Open iCloud Settings” option
  3. Now, click on the Options button contiguous to Photos, to open Photos Options panel.
  4. Once check if following options are enabled, if not then first enable them before proceeding further.
  • Click on the iCloud Photo Library option
  • Then, click on the Download New Photos and Videos to My PC Option

Force Download iCloud Photos

  1. Click on the iCloud icon on the system tray
  2. Choose “Download Photos” option
  3. Now, the “Download Photos and Videos” pop-up box should immediately appear on the screen
  4. Select the desired iCloud Photos for download
  5. Click on the “Download” button, to confirm your action.
  6. When it is confirmed, then all your photos should appear under the Downloads folder of iCloud Photos.
  7. Now, visit on the iCloud Photos to see new folders created by year.

Restart your iCloud

  1. Click to open Task Manager
  2. Choose the option
  3. Under the Processes tab, search for the following processes and choose one of them
  • iCloud Photo Library
  • iCloud Photo Stream
  • iCloud Services
  • iCloud Drive
  1. Now, again load the app and see if the problem is solved or not.

Update iCloud

If all three methods fail to give up the desired results, then you need to try updating your iCloud once. It might help you in fixing the error hopefully.

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