If your're running Windows RT, chances are Skype for Windows RT is already on your computer; look for the Skype tile in your Windows Start screen, or simply seach for Skype using the Search charm. If you don't see a Skype tile on your Start screen, it's easy to add one.
If Skype is not installed, you can easily download it:
You can video call anyone else on Skype, anywhere in the world, for free. Simply find your friends on Skype and add them to your contacts. When you’ve added a friend, it’s easy to video call them.
Before you make a video call, make sure your system meets the minimum system requirements. The person you are calling to also needs to meet these requirements.
Check your audio and video settings to make sure your microphone, speakers and camera are working properly with Skype for Windows RT.
To make a video call:
The screen changes color, call options appear near the bottom of the screen and you’ll hear ringing until the other person answers.
To change your speakers’ volume, simply move your mouse to the upper-right corner of the screen (or swipe in from the right) to open the Windows charms menu, then tap or click Settings, then tap or click the speakers icon.
If you’d like to change an audio or video device you’re using, simply select the drop-down menu next to them to view the list of recognized devices. Then choose the device you want from the list.
During a call, you can do the following:
If you experience any video quality issues, check this handy guide.
For more help, visit the Skype Community.
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