In this video tutorial we will show you how to setup iCloud on Mac.
Apple’s Cloud storage technology, iCloud, helps to synchronize your data with your other Mac computers and iOS devices, such as iPads or iPhones.
To get started with iCloud, go to the Systems Preferences in the Dock and click “iCloud”.
First, enter your Apple ID and your password. Allow iCloud to synchronize your data with other devices and enable Find My Mac function that helps to find your computer in case it is lost or stolen. Now you have the editable list of objects for synchronization.
Below you can see the information about free space at your iCloud account.
Now all your contacts, favorites, calendars and notes are in sync with all your devices.
Another useful iCloud feature is Photostream. Whenever you take a picture with your iPhone , iPad or download a photo from you digital camera to iPhoto on your Mac, it is automatically pushed to all your devices.