Engadget ----------- Last month, Microsoft started rolling out an updated version of Skype that was ultimately meant to replace Skype 7.0, or Skype classic, as it's known. The company initially said that Skype 7.0 would cease working on September 1st, but Monday, it extended the deadline and said it would continue to support Skype 7 for now. "Based on customer feedback, we are extending support for Skype 7 (Skype classic) for some time," Microsoft said in an update to a discussion post on its community forum. "Our customers can continue to use Skype classic until then." To learn more click on the picture below to read the article.
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