Hello. I have a question to ask you.
Is there a means or a way to turn your computer into a telephone as part of a landline phone service in one's own home?
Important additional points you will need to know and I am sure you are asking:
1. This applies to BOTH desktop and laptop computers.
2. This is a digital phone service supplied from a digital cable company (coax cable) to a modem for internet (use of Ethernet cable) and digital phone (traditional telephone cable).
3. This applies to Windows 7 Professional 64-bit operating system.
I am open to ALL the ways and means this is possible -- something possibly native or built-in to Windows 7 Professional 64-bit I am not aware of or more likely the answer and solution -- the installation of a third party program?
Let me ask this too: Can a third party program exist without it affiliated with one's local telephone service (as a standalone program or software and you select your telephone service) or it does computer telephone service must provide the user the program or software to enable the telephone interface, functions, and features, etc. on one's computer? Does the user must use the SAME landline phone service with one's computer phone service or can a user select to have a DIFFERENT computer phone service SEPARATE from the user's handlone phone service?
Plus let me ask this as well: I would REALLY LIKE to have the video phone capability in the program and software as well. Do you know of any programs or software with the video phone that has great video resolution too?
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