The light on your webcam is lit, but what applications are you watching? Windows 1
This feature is new to the Windows 10 update from May 2019. For older versions of Windows, you had to go through complicated details about devices and processes running to find out which applications you were recording. It works for both USB webcams and cameras integrated into laptops and tablets.
To find this information, go to Settings> Privacy> Camera.
Browse each list of applications. If an application is currently accessing your webcam, the name of the application displays the red text "Currently in use."
To find out which applications have accessed your webcam, look for gray text under an application claim Last specific date and time retrieved "on. This is the time the application last accessed your webcam.
If an application does not contain such text, it has never accessed your webcam – or at least not since you installed the May 2019 update.  If you do not find such information here, you probably have not yet installed the May 2019 update on your PC.
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Attention: As Microsoft explains, not every desktop application is listed here. Unlike store applications, traditional desktop applications may take a lower level to your webcam and may not appear in this list even though you are currently accessing your webcam. For example, Remote Access Tools (RATs) and similar malware can access your webcam in this way. Even if such an application accesses your webcam in this way, the hardware LED on the webcam should light up normally.
The Settings> Privacy> Camera screen also provides options for disabling access to your webcam. However, a hardware solution such as removing or hiding the webcam may be a safer solution if you want to completely disable the use of the webcam.
 This works much like the new Windows 10 microphone viewer and its privacy settings. The Settings> Privacy> Microphone screen displays which applications are currently being accessed and which have previously accessed your webcam. However, there is no notification icon for both webcam access and microphone access – the physical light on your webcam is a notification that an application is accessing your webcam.
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