BrianFagioli writes: Friday, Microsoft released a refreshed preview of Skype for Linux. There are both DEB and RPM packages available, making it easy to install on, say, Ubuntu, Debian, or Fedora. In fact, I successfully installed it on Pop!_OS earlier today. Believe it or not, the new interface is quite nice, making it something I could possibly enjoy using on my Linux machine. “Great news for Skype for Linux users — the next generation of Skype for Linux is launching!” says The Skype Team. “Starting today, you can download Skype Preview for Linux and start enjoying new features across all your devices — including screen sharing and group chat. With Skype for Linux, you can take advantage of the screen sharing feature on your desktop screen. Now, you can share content with everyone on the call — making it even easier to bring your calls to life and collaborate on projects.”
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