Starting in June 2020, Skype for Windows 10 and Skype for Desktop are becoming one so we can provide a consistent experience. This lets us give the newest updates and improvements regardless of where you get Skype, from the Microsoft Store or from skype.com.
Q: What’s new in this version?
A: To keep the consistent experience across platforms, we've added:
- Updated close options so you can quit Skype or stop it from starting automatically
- Skype app improvements in the taskbar, informing you about new messages and presence status
- Share files directly from your File Explorer
- 9 videos in a video call
- Background Replacement
- Moderated Chats
- Meet Now Improvements
- Improved Call Controls
Q: What’s not supported in this version?
A: We tried to preserve all the functionality of the existing Skype for Windows 10 experience, but synchronization with your Outlook contacts is not supported on this platform.