Microsoft just announced an updated version of Skype for Windows 8, featuring better video messaging and HD video support. The addition means based on the sender’s camera, available network bandwidth and the receiver’s setup on x86 devices, callers now may be able to send 720p video and can receive 1080p video, resulting in improving the overall quality and performance of the video call.
For the video messaging, the feature is still in preview. The company as of now has improved its stability in this release and has tweaked on how notifications works so as to turn the video messaging easier for users. To get started with Skype for Windows 8, please click here to download the latest version.