Choose Which Applications Should Use the Camera in Windows 10

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    The first thing that we'll need to do is click the lower-left corner of the screen to open the start menu
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    Then, we need to click "Settings"
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    We wait for "SETTINGS" to load.
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    We scroll down and click "Privacy"
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    We'll need to scroll down the left side of the window and click "Camera"
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    On the right side of the window, we make sure that the "Let apps use my camera" toggle is set to "On"
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    We click the toggle if it is "Off".
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    Then, we simply choose which applications we want to use the camera
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    For example, if we want Microsoft Edge to use the camera, we need to simply click the toggle to set it to "On". Now, Microsoft Edge will use the camera.
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    If we don't want an application to use the camera, we need to simply click the toggle next to the application
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    We make sure that the toggle is turned off or that it is in the "Off" position. For example, in this video, App connector is already set to "Off".
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Recent edits by: VisiHow, Lukward Thomason

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