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Skype 7.22.0.109 for Windows Desktop

Went out the next minor release of the Skype for Windows Desktop that fixes the bug not allowing users to log in if the password length is greater than 20 characters. However, for most users release 7.22.0.109 is still not considered to be recommended — Skype shows that a new release is available only if is used a version newer than 7.21 (for older versions, the recommended release is considered 7.21.0.100).

Skype 7.22.0.109 for Windows Desktop

File size:

45.2 MB

Operating system:

Windows Desktop

Skype version:

7.22.0.109

Release date:

Total downloads:

1 029


Changelog

The following table contains the list of known changes in version Skype 7.22.0.109 for Windows Desktop. This will help you to find out what's new in Skype for Windows Desktop, which errors have been fixed, what work did developers, and a lot of other interesting things.

Fixed Allow passwords longer than 20 characters

Of course, we could miss something, but we are happy for any help in drawing up the complete list of changes, so if you know any details about this version, or have noticed a mistake leave a comment and we will complement or correct the information.

4 comments

  1. 0 0 0
    Bah Humbug,
    So having been away from Skype for quite some time, I was not surprised that I'd receive a request that I upgrade. I'd managed to do video conferencing with version 7.18 (Yes.. it had been that long.) so after a quick video/voice conference call to a brother using Skype before doing my upgrade (to be sure things were working with my current version), I decided to download and move to 7.22.0.109. Big mistake. Although Skype IM still worked, video and voice chat were no longer functioning. Calls would simply not connect. Instead, all attempts would immediately hang up regardless of who was initiating the video/voice connection. (Both my brother and I had upgraded but the problem seemed to be on my end.) After futile searches for lessons from Google University (searching for others who may have experienced the same type of problem), went to school looking for previous versions of Skype. Fortunately OneDrive came through with a copy of the 7.18.0.112 which I knew worked. I downloaded it and went back to a previous version, updating the Skype community as to why I was uninstalling Skype from my computer. Hopefully, technicians are working on the problem and will have the problem rectified on the next release. In the mean time, I've bookmarked OneDrive. Using 7.18.0.112 I was able to video and voice conference with no issues.
    1. 0 0 0
      Administrator,
      Hi! Can you tell please which operating system are you and your brother running? Have you tried to call someone else?
  2. 0 0 0
    Flory,
    Hi I am trying to download skype for my xp 32bit desktop but failed. I have tried many times from many source but couldnt succeed. could you please tell me what will be the problem in downloading skype?

    Thanks.

    flory
    1. 0 0 0
      Administrator,
      Hi! Try do download the MSI Installer which is available at this URL: http://www.skype.com/go/getskype-msi

      If it does not help, open this page http://www.skaip.org/check-access-to-skype in Internet Explorer (very important to open it in IE) and click the "Check" button. After completing the test, click on the "Click here to obtain URL of the report", copy the provided URL and paste it here on comments.

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