Windows 8.1, 10 Skype App gets Performance and Compatibility Improvements in new Update
Microsoft’s Windows 8.1 Skype app has received an update in the Windows Store that is meant to fix bugs related to incompatibility problems with Windows 8.1, as well as improving the overall performance of the Skype app.
I am not a big fan of the touch version of the Skype app for Windows 8, as I remain loyal to the good ol’ desktop version of Skype. But if you use the touch version on a Windows 8 tablet for a while you get used to it and you actually start to like it. Several users have been complaining on Microsoft’s support forums that they have experienced compatibility issues with Windows 8.1.
The latest Skype updates fixes the compatibility problems, as well as bringing other general fixes and performance improvements. A recent update was also released by Microsoft to take care of crashing problems for Skype users in Windows 8.1, and now this one gets released to take care of the remaining bugs for Windows 8.1 and Windows RT users, as well.
For some users, the Skype app in Windows 8.1 just failed to load or took a lot of time to open. I’ve went through some reviews in the Windows Store and they say this has fixed their problems. If you haven’t installed yet the touch version of Skype for Windows 8, follow the link from below to do so.
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