Yes, you can connect multiple scanners to a single Windows computer. There are a few methods to do this.
The first is to use a USB hub. USB hubs allow you to connect numerous devices to the same USB port of a computer. This means that you can connect multiple scanners to one USB port and use them simultaneously.
Another option is to use a network interface card (or NIC) with your physical machine. This allows your scanner to connect to the same local area network (LAN) as the computer, thus allowing multiple scanners to be connected at once.
Finally, there are multi-channel scanning programs that enable you to connect multiple scanners to the same computer. These programs provide an interface for organizing the many scanners so that they can all be used at the same time.
No matter what method you choose, connecting multiple scanners to one computer is certainly possible! However, it is important to make sure that your computer has sufficient processing power to handle the load of multiple scanners running at the same time. Otherwise, you may experience noticeable slowdowns in performance. It is also essential to make sure that the drivers for each of your scanners are up to date so that the connection between your scanners and your computer does not become unstable over time.