iCloud for Windows gets a built in password generator

Apple's iCloud Windows app now supports ProRaw and ProRes video and photo formats. MacRumors first reported the update. It allows users to add and remove other users from shared iCloud Drive files or folders.
Apple's iCloud Keychain is now a more cross-platform password manager. This update follows one in August, which enabled Windows users to access their iCloud accounts and generate passwords. Windows iCloud users can now access basic password management features while away from their Apple devices using the Chrome iCloud extension Apple released in August.

You can also remove other users from shared folders using new options

Even though there are many options, I recommend that anyone searching for a password manager choose a truly platform-agnostic option. Bitwarden is the best option. It's available on Mac, iOS and Windows. However, Bitwarden also works on Android. This means that you don't have to use Apple's mobile platform to change. Using iCloud Keychain is better that not using a password management program at all.

The addition of ProRes/ProRaw support on the iPhones' latest models is a useful feature, as they can now shoot in both formats. If you wish to view or edit these photos on your Windows PC, it should be easier to sync them with that machine.