If you need help with that, check out the guide linked below courtesy of our pals over at In the box you enable Photos in during the previous step, you'll also see a button labeled "Options" next to Photos.
This is where you choose what it is you wish to sync to your PC.
If those questions are also yours, see how they are answered and solved.
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It's important to remember that you need to add their i Cloud email addresses, which may well be different than their regular email addresses, so always make sure to check if in doubt.
i Cloud Photos will be added there under "Devices and drives" in "This PC." Now, all the photos you added to the folder will be synced to the devices of everyone you shared to.
Click on Options and you'll be presented with what you see in the image above.
Here's what you can do: The steps above will leave you in a position where i Cloud will sync your photos to your computer.
Of course, Apple would prefer if you used a Mac alongside your i Phone or i Pad, but it isn't silly enough to assume that folks would give up their Windows PCs and go all-in on its hardware.
As such, some of the core services you'll be using on those mobile devices are also available for Windows. It's a relatively easy way to share your i Phone or i Pad photos with your Windows 10 PC, once you've got it set up. This guide was originally published in August 2015, but we refreshed it for April 2017.