How to Install Free Cam Screen Recorder on Windows 11

A free tool to record and edit screencast videos on Windows.

By Ajoy Kumar 2 Min Read
Installing Free Cam on Windows 11

Free Cam 8 (iSpring Free Cam) is the best free screen recorder for Windows computers. It is a free tool for creating screencasts. You can also edit your recorded videos with the software and upload your video to YouTube. It doesn’t have the screenshot feature, but you can take screenshots on Windows 11 using a built-in tool for Windows. 

The best thing I love about this free screen recording software is there are no watermarks or time limits. Here we are going to learn how to download and install Free Cam 8 for Windows computers.

How to Install Free Cam on Windows 11

In this section, we will discuss the steps to download and install Free Cam on the Windows operating system.

1. Open any browser and search for Free Cam and open the link from

2. Enter your email to download the free version.


Sometimes the download link is sent to the given email.

Free Cam Download Page

3. After completing the download, open it, accept the license agreement, and click Install.

End User License Agreement for Free Cam

4. Now open the software, to record your computer screen. For that, click on the New Recording and click on the record button (red-colored button).

5. To stop the recording use Esc Key. Now if you want to edit the recorded video just click on Edit.


You can only edit the video that is recorded with it.

Free Cam Interface

Video Tutorial on How You Can Use Free Cam Screen Recorder:


That’s it, this is how you can install a Free Cam screen recorder on Windows 11. Now, you are ready to use the software to record screencast videos on your device. I hope this article was helpful to you. However, if you have any doubts regarding the installation process, then you can leave them in the comment section.

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