In fact, there is a keyboard shortcut that will minimize all active windows at once. Simply press the Windows key+D to return to the desktop in a flash. Developing this habit will save you a lot of time in the long run.
Reinstalling the camera's drivers or checking for any available updates is the best way to solve this problem. To do so, open Device Manager (search for it in the Start menu) and select the 'Imaging Devices' section. Right-click on the camera you're using, go to Drivers and look for manufacturer updates.
If the problem persists, check that all of your PC's Wi-Fi drivers are up to date and correct. To do so, go to Device Manager as usual (search for it in the Start menu). There will be a Network Adapters section, which you can double-click to reveal your adapter.
You have several options for resolving this. To begin, check how much free space you have on your system drive and, if it's low, make some space by deleting larger files or programs you don't need. Also, make sure that all of the most recent updates have been applied to the software on your machine, as having outdated apps can sometimes cause problems.
Many developers will update their apps to remove bugs over time, so the software in question may eventually work perfectly with Windows 10. A simple way to assist them is to report any bugs you find, which can usually be done through the developer's website. This draws attention to the problem, allowing them to (hopefully) work on a solution.