How to fix your broken Windows 10 Anniversary Update webcam with this registry hack » TechWorm

Fix your webcam without uninstalling the Windows 10 Anniversary UpdateRecently, we had reported how Microsoft’s big Anniversary Update for Windows 10 released on August 2 has rendered a number of different webcams inoperable in applications such as Microsoft’s Skype video chat and Open Broadcaster Software (OBS), along with all manner of custom CCTV programs for those Windows 10 users who have installed it.According to Microsoft team member Mike M. on the Windows developer forums said that a fix is in development, and should hopefully arrive in September. But what about those users who do not wish to wait till September to use their webcam?There is couple of options available for such people. The first one, which is probably the simplest, is to uninstall the Windows 10 Anniversary Update by rolling back to the previous version of Windows 10. By doing this, you would not be able to access any of the Anniversary Update’s cool new features, but you will be able to use your webcam.

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