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Skype will no longer function on Windows RT, Windows 10 Mobile Th2 and Windows Phone 8

If you’re using an older version of Skype on Windows, you’d better update today, because Microsoft will be shutting off support to most older Skype versions from today. New users won’t be able to sign in, and older users might be disconnected from being able to connect their devices. This cut-off includes all devices running Windows 10 […] Read More: Skype will no longer function on Wind
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