If you open Skype for Windows Desktop and it crashes before you get a chance to do anything, don't worry -- there's nothing wrong with your computer. This happens because of a bug in an older version of Skype for Windows Desktop; that bug has now been fixed. To correct this problem, download the latest version of Skype for Windows Desktop here. To make sure you always have the latest version of Skype, you can set up automatic updates. Learn more.
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