Microsoft LifeCam

Microsoft LifeCam

Microsoft Lifecam software may be installed in Simplified Chinese and other
3.9  (189 votes)

Everyone loves to see face expressions in family, friends or whoever you are talking with. Now technology gives us the opportunity to see "these expressions" in our computer, when we start chatting or making a local or long distance call from our computer to others. This software called Microsoft Life Cam version 2.4 is a single program which works with several kind of cameras and of course we can enjoy and talk in a video-conference way. We are living in an era in which every time it is easier to mainly have some type of communication with any person of the world and this technology helps us to do things in a very easy way. Actually cameras are not expensive any more; there are plenty in the market, just pick up the right for you. This software can be used with camera, microphone and video, you just need to plug your hardware into your computer and run the proper communication program, such as: Windows Live Messenger. Now, we can share and swap photos in real time with your friends and family using Windows Live Messenger video call window! There are more features in this program, If you have the chance please take a look to its web site and find out what is the best for you!

Let?s take advantage of the full communications products; Microsoft Internet Communications section has the software for all needs. Customize your communication hardware and enjoy.

Elsa Flores Ahedo
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Ann It has several features that brings me so surprised when i use this first time. Its really very amazing in it's process

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Guest wow super

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Guest becuase sometimes itis not working properly

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