Skype is very easy to use on Linux systems. Skype has a Linux version for download on its website. Simply click on the 'download now' link and follow the on screen instructions.
Yes. Skype provides pre-built packages for several Linux distros. You can find them in the "Related links" below.
Yes, there is Skype 2.2 Beta for Linux, codenamed â€˜Access Grantedâ€™, it brings Skype Access to Linux users. Skype Access lets you connect to over 500,000 WiFi hotspots worldwide using your Skype Credit.
"Yes, there are skype programs made specifically for different computer operating systems. Choose the one compatibale with your computer and you should have no problems."
Download the Linux binary from the skype web site and run it with "sh". It feels like windows all over again.
Skype is a free-to-use application that you can download off the Skype website. You do not need to actually pay any money to use the Skype application.
32 bit or 64? You search for: debian wiki skype on Google where there is updated info. You can install a working Skype to linux only from the Skype official site from now on.
Skype voice and video calls is one of the most secure service to use.
hey there - i put up this post on the skype forum pages as i had the same problem and it nearly drove me mad as small as it may be!! hang on in there with Linux as i think Linux is far superior to Windows - no bloat and so much more stable than Windows link to answer on skype forum below: http://forum.skype.com/index.php?showtopic=189111
Not for public use.( If she has one.)
You can use Skype on most tablets through the Skype app.