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Posted by on Jun 15, 2012 in Software |

Skype is updated to Linux, Mac and Windows on the same day

Skype is updated to Linux, Mac and Windows on the same day

has been updated versions batteries for each of its customers. Instead of discriminating, on this occasion included Windows, and simultaneously. For the first changes are small, while for the free operating system finally came out a version that is not beta software.

Improvements for include some changes to the interface, better integration with Facebook, separate contact list and video compatibility for older equipment.

Among the changes they underwent the Mac version is more compatible with Mountain Lion, the rotation of the image when we are chatting with someone who is from their mobile and screen sharing feature for users group Premium. Also, the contact list is now separated from the main window, so we can move it wherever we want.

For Linux there are many more news as it is an official version and no longer beta. The call quality was improved, but not those corresponding to video calls. It also unified the chats in one window to avoid many of these open when we talked to several people at once. Overall, was optimized and runs quite better than the version that precedes it.

The new versions for each of these OS are now available for download. Linux packages are for Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora and OpenSuse, while Mac is compatible with OS X Leopard on.

Links:
Skype for Mac
Skype for Linux
Skype for Windows

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