Skype for Windows 10’s Mixed Reality support and Notification Panel come to all

Microsoft is now rolling out an update for Skype users on release builds of Windows 10. This update integrates the features added in Insider builds earlier last month like Mixed Reality support, and instant chat and brings them to everyone. The firm has recently added fluent design to Insider builds of the app to bring it in line with the recent updates, but this has yet to roll out publicly.

Here’s the changelog:

  • Stay up to date with the help of the Notifications panel: Quickly return to your conversations to see the reactions to your messages and memos
  • Instant Chat: You no longer need to add your friends as contacts. Just find them on Skype and start chat one to one or a group conversation
  • Express your mood during a call with emoticons, reactions, text or photos
  • Share your virtual world and your business with other users through a Skype video chat in Windows Mixed Reality#

Skype is available from the Windows Store here.

Developer: Skype
Price: Free

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