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!
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.
- Point your browser here: www.skype.com/download.
- Download and install the appropriate package.
- Open the apps menu and run it from there.
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2 thoughts on “Skype for Linux Beta 5.4 is Out With Group Video Calls”
[censored] Linux. If it doesn’t have MS Office it’s useless for real people. Windows for ever!
Real people uses LibreOffice on Linux. Windows is shit!