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Any webcam can be available for use with Windows 7. A webcam is just an imaging device so the webcam itself is fine. However, if the webcam's manufacturer neglected to update their drivers for Windows 7, then you may likely run into problems.
I can't say for certain whether the webcam(s) you are interested in will work with Windows 7, you will have to look look on the manufacturer's website to see if it has Windows 7 compatibility. If you still aren't sure which webcam to go with, try Logitech or Microsoft. They've updated all their drivers to work with Windows 7.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
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