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Skype: The Next Best Thing to Being There

by Mom/Wife/Librarian at Mercer Cty Library System on May 03, 2011

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Demonstration of basic [i.e., free] Skype features for Hopewell Valley Seniors Connect series

Demonstration of basic [i.e., free] Skype features for Hopewell Valley Seniors Connect series

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  • annavan A M Van Scoyoc, Mom/Wife/Librarian at Mercer Cty Library System Breaking News: Microsoft has purchased Skype for $8.5 billion. Read more about it here: http://techland.time.com/2011/05/10/microsoft-makes-skype-purchase-official-what-you-should-know/ 2 years ago
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  • annavan A M Van Scoyoc, Mom/Wife/Librarian at Mercer Cty Library System Another question that came up today was asked about whether the email address you registered with Skype could be changed. It looks as it CAN.


    In the Skype Menu bar, take this pathway: Skype --> Account --> Edit Email Settings
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  • annavan A M Van Scoyoc, Mom/Wife/Librarian at Mercer Cty Library System One question that came up is how one can find whether there is a camera on the computer. More than likely, if you have a desktop, it won’t have a built-in camera. If you have a new-ish laptop, it’s very possible you have a built-in camera.

    If on a PC, running Windows, follow this path:
    Start Menu -->
    Control Panel -->
    Hardware & Sound -->
    Under the heading ’Devices & Printers’ [don’t click it], you’ll see ’Device Manager’ as a subtopic -- click on ’Device Manager’ -->
    Imaging Services You’ll see a webcam listing by clicking on ’imaging services’.

    If you’re on a Mac, especially a recent model, more than likely it has a built-in iSight camera.
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