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Earlier last year, Microsoft launched its Windows 10 Anniversary update with an incomplete Skype Preview App that lacked a number of standard features for desktop apps. Today, the company has started to roll out its Windows 10 Creators Update for PCs and confirmed that Skype is graduating from Preview mode for all of its users.
After upgrading to recently released Windows 10 Creators Update, you will notice a number of new features with Skype. In addition to added support for keyboard shortcuts, the app also includes the mini view window that will let you continue to work with other apps while you are over a video call. The company said,
This all comes in addition to previous features you know and love, like the ability to share screens, photos, videos, documents, and files (up to 300MB). Mojis and emoticons will continue to let you express yourself in all sorts of fun ways. The app also includes exclusive features for Windows 10 users such as SMS relay for Windows Mobile and Skype Translator for calls to mobiles and landlines. And it’s all free, no matter what device your friends, family, and coworkers use Skype on.
Even language isn’t a barrier anymore, with ten languages available in Skype Translator, including our most recent Japanese release, and the ability to call mobiles and landlines using Skype Translator on your desktop.