A new update is rolling out to Skype for Windows 10, and while it doesn't include any major changes, there are a few smaller tidbits to be found. Among the changes are tweaks to the way images are displayed in collections, the removal of reactions to images in collections, and general improvements to Fluent Design.
Here's a look at what's new (via Aggiornamenti Lumia):
- The images in the collections are now displayed in full
- Removed reactions to images in collections
- Removed the profile icons in the chats
- Improvements with the preview images link
- Improvements with Fluent Design
It's certainly not as massive as previous recent updates, which introduced more Fluent Design elements, a notification panel, and mentions. This latest update ticks Skype up to version 12.13.257 and is available to everyone now.
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