Apple says that its iCloud Documents and Data to iCloud merger is now complete. Here are all the details on this.
Here's how to sync your Desktop and Documents folders in macOS Sierra to iCloud, complete with step by step instructions.
In the world of hardware virtualization, Parallels is arguably the biggest player on the Mac. Being able to use a Mac computer full time but still dabble in Windows when needed can be a pretty powerful thing, especially if you develop apps for Microsoft's platform, or just need to use an app that doesn't yet have a Mac version. As much as Apple wouldn't like to admit it, sometimes you just need to use Windows for some things.
Apple has been in the cloud computing game for quite a while now, but while iCloud has allowed iOS and OS X users to keep their devices and files in perfect sync with one another, it certainly hasn't competed, feature-wise, with some of the more versatile offerings like Dropbox. This looks set to change after today's announcement of iCloud Drive, with cloud-syncing app support that spans iOS, OS X and even offers support for Windows.