On February 19, 2014 the 6.14 version of Skype for Windows Desktop was released. The major change is the addition of new hidden emoticons. Check out the post for more changes, a download link and some screenshots.
On January 22 the 6.13 version of Skype for Windows Desktop was released. There are no significant changes, except for several bug fixes. Check out the post to see some of them or to download the program.
The 6.11 version of Skype for Windows desktop brings us a number of bug fixes. At least I assume that these are the only changes. This time there were no release notes published on Skype.com, so we can’t know for sure.
A quick guide on how to delete your Facebook account and also what to do before that. For example you can remove some pictures, you can get the emails of some friends, download all your data and so on.
The 6.10 version of Skype for Windows desktop has been out for some time now. The main change is the sign-in screen. Read more and see screenshots in the post. You can also download the program, or leave a comment.
The message from the title began appearing in the 6.9 version and is affecting all programs that connect to Skype via the so called Desktop API. In this article I have shared everything I know on the subject.
In this article we will talk about the popular problem related to Skype and KERNEL32.dll in Windows XP. Basically the solution is to update Windows and let it install Service Pack 3. Without it the Windows is lacking a function required by Skype 6.7 (or higher).
Skype 6.9 is all about accessibility. Screen readers are now supported (first accessible mode has to be enabled) and high contrast visual settings are working too. Download the version and see some screenshots as well.
If you are using relatively new version of Skype and you try to change your profile picture, you will notice that it is always cropped down to a square. In the same time some of your contacts have rectangle avatars. How is this possible? Check out this trick to see the answer.