- Get started with Windows Phone
- What's new in Windows Phone 8.1
- How do I get Windows 10 Mobile?
- Windows Phone tips and tricks
- What's changed in Windows Phone 8.1
- Sync my Windows Phone
- Where's the App list?
- Copy and paste
- Gestures: swipe, pan, and stretch
- Places to try tapping and holding
- Set up Windows Phone for kids
- Tips to help keep my phone secure
- What is the cloud?
- How do I get Windows Phone 8.1?
- How do I update my phone software?
- Make room on my phone to update it
- Solutions to update issues
- Windows Phone 8 update history
- Which version of Windows Phone do I have?
- Switch between apps
- Use Driving Mode
- Moving from Android or iPhone to Windows Phone
- Moving from Android to Windows Phone
- Moving from iPhone to Windows Phone
- How-to videos
- Feature and service availability
- Privacy resources
What is the cloud?
The cloud refers to places on the Internet, such as OneDrive, where you can save all sorts of information, including photos, music, documents, and videos—really anything that works like a file—and easily get it later from a computer, phone, TV, or other device with an Internet connection.
It can also refer to tools that are designed specifically to be used online. For example, you can use Office Online in your web browser with Microsoft Office 365, on OneDrive, or on a Microsoft SharePoint site. Then you can share the documents or notes you've created with others, or keep them private.