Skype 2.0.0.73 for Windows

Posted By: scorpix

Skype 2.0.0.73 for Windows


Skype is the next phenomenon from the people who brought you KaZaA. Just like KaZaA, Skype uses P2P (peer-to-peer) technology to connect you to other users – not to share files this time, but to talk and chat with your friends. The technology is extremely advanced – but super simple to use... You’ll be making free phone calls to your friends in no time!

Features:
- Free unlimited worldwide phone calls to other Skype users
- Superior sound quality – better than your regular phone
- Works with all firewall, NAT and routers – nothing to configure!
- Friends list shows you when your Skype friends are online and ready to talk or chat
- Super-simple and easy to use
- Your calls are encrypted “end-to-end” for superior privacy
- Based on cutting edge peer-to-peer technology developed by the creators of Kazaa and Joltid
- Contact grouping
- Skype video (webcam)

In order to use Skype for Windows software, your computer must meet the following minimum system requirements:
- PC running Windows 2000 or XP
- 400 MHz processor
- 128 MB RAM
- 15 MB free disk space on your hard drive
- Sound Card, speakers and microphone
- Internet Connection (either dial-up: minimum 33.6 Kbps modem, or any broadband: cable, DSL, etc.)

Changes in version 19.01.2006 version 2.0.0.73:

* bugfix: crashes when DEP is supported in hardware
* bugfix: AUTH: auth request with large fonts
* bugfix: mix of RTL and LTR text in chat messes up text ordering
* bugfix: Hebrew lang update
* bugfix: Updated chinese simplified lang file
* bugfix: Greek EULA update
* bugfix: video is not stopped fully when call is joined to conference
* bugfix: CTRL-A doesn’t select all in MM edit
* change: Legal notice for Packard Bell
* change: Profile window should be non-modal
* bugfix: crash when terminating forwarded call
* bugfix: crash after quick remote hold,resume,hangup sequence
* bugfix: mutex deadlock with too active API client
* bugfix: PublicAPI: treat most groups as hidden by default
* some connectivity improvements