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Microsoft Released A New Update For Skype Alpha App On Linux System

Recently Microsoft announced a new Skype app called Skype Alpha for Linux users. Today Microsoft has released a new update for its bringing some new improvements and fixes for users. Below is full change log

What’s new in latest update
• Instead of being hidden, the menu items are now disabled when you’re not signed in.
• Logout from the menu works consistently now.
• Fixed the post-install script on all supported distributions.
• Fixed the ‘minimise to tray’ function for Cinnamon.
• URL links that are sent in a chat now open with the browser.
• Fixed the Redo shortcut for Linux (CTRL – Y).

You can get newest version 1.3 of the Skype Alpha app from below link.
Download Skype Alpha(DEB )
Download Skype Alpha (RPM)

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