Posted October 12, 2018 16:17:36I’ve had my first Skype for Mac for some time now, and it’s not just the new Mac UI that’s great.
The Skype for iOS app has become a favorite among users, with more than one million downloads, and the new Skype for Android app has already started to become a hit.
But for those of us with a Windows PC, Skype for OS X is a little harder to come by, even if you’re on OS X 10.10 Yosemite.
In my case, I use Skype for macOS 10.11 Sierra, which means I’ve got an upgrade path available.
Here’s how I installed the latest versions of Skype on Macs and PCs for my use case: 1.
Download the latest Skype for Linux from the Skype Mac app.
You can find the latest software on the Mac App Store.
You’ll need to install it in order to use the app.
If you’re already on OSX 10.9, then download the latest macOS 10 to 10.12 update and install it. 3.
Download Skype for Desktop, the newest version of the app for Windows and OS X. It comes preinstalled on both OSX and Windows.
Launch Skype for desktop and click the install button.
Click the refresh button to start the upgrade process.
Click Continue on the final screen, which will prompt you to enter your Skype login credentials.
Click Yes to accept the terms and conditions.
Now that you’ve installed Skype for 10.8, you can access the app with a Microsoft account and start using it with your Microsoft account.
Go ahead and start chatting with your friends with the app on your Mac or PC. 10.
After a while, the Skype app will start loading up and your desktop window should update to reflect the new version.