Skype for Linux Beta 5.4 is Out With Group Video Calls

Microsoft today released a new beta version of Skype for Linux. It is a new application which uses the Electron engine. Version 5.4 makes it possible to make group video calls!

Skype For Linux 54b

Here the change log:

  • Enabled the Group video calling
  • Updated to Electron 1.7.4 for performance and security improvements
  • Fixed the Skype Update repository keys
  • Bugfixes and improvements

To try out the Skype app right now, do the following.

  1. Point your browser here: www.skype.com/download.
  2. Download and install the appropriate package. Skype installing
  3. Open the apps menu and run it from there. Skype installed

Skype started

2 thoughts on “Skype for Linux Beta 5.4 is Out With Group Video Calls

  1. Jason

    Fuck Linux. If it doesn’t have MS Office it’s useless for real people. Windows for ever!

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    1. Andriy

      Real people uses LibreOffice on Linux. Windows is shit!

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