Skype was already allowed in the version Insider, send content directly from the file Explorer

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The applications to communicate with friends and family or to work without leaving the house are the protagonists of these weeks. In fact, just a few hours ago, we talked about Zoom and security problems that is offering the version that you can download for Windows.

One of the classics is Skype, one of the utilities the iconic Microsoft now looks like there’s a new version of the test program. This is the Build 8.59 Skype in the Program Insider, a version that comes with improvements and new features, among which stands out the possibility of share files directly from the file Explorer.

What’s new in Skype 8.59

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Microsoft offers a listing the improvements that come with this Build in the corresponding page:

  • Highlights the opportunity that now offers of share files directly from the file Explorer and send them to our contacts in Skype. It is enough to click with the right mouse button on the desired file to access the menu and access the option to share the file via Skype.
  • Improve the controls in the calls and so you can now end a Skype call directly from the chat list.
  • Now you can also find the duration of the call on the Chat list recently.
  • It has optimized the capacity of eliminate unwantedso that now we can delete multiple contacts directly from the contacts list, using the keys “Shift or Ctrl/Cmd”.
  • In the mobile app of Skype on iOS, you can now search for any subscription that we have available.
  • Added fixes of errors and performance and stability improvements eliminating failures like the one that causes Skype iniciáse in the foreground despite being set to start in the background.

The latest version of Skype in the Program Insider you can download from this link.

More information | Skype


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Skype was already allowed in the version Insider, send content directly from the file Explorer

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