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Since this is obviously caused by several ad banners trying to do stupid things, you can just forbid all Skype banners to use Flash at all (which also protects you from potential security issues, so it's a win-win). Also considering it won't prevent ads, it will still get them some money for providing the infrastructure, so better than completely blocking. ...


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If they are all running the same version of Skype for business and there are no disabled items then they should be the same. The way to check is to check the about Skype for Business page Click the cog, help, About Skype for Business Then check the version and if anything is disabled.


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Your computer's noise reduction feature (assuming it has one) may be incorrectly telling Skype to cut out your outgoind sound. I am on a Mac, and have what seems to be the same problem, so here is what I am trying: I did the "Echo" test to hear a recording of a call, and I could hear my voice cutting out. I went in to System Preferences -> Sound -> Input ...


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D'oh. Apparently you can just install it via the Windows store.


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If you have a Hotmail / Outlook email account, visit outlook.com from your web browser and click on your profile picture (top right). Set the status to "Invisible". Now quit your Skype application and open it again. It resolved switching from Invisible to Online status. Hope it helps.


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I've helped a friend who had a somewhat similar issue. This worked for him: Click Start button Type mmsys.cpl Click the Communications tab Select Do Nothing Save Perhaps this works for you as well.


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I won't exactly answer your question. First, phone regulation depends on countries. For the case of France, and probably Germany, operators are assigned block of numbers, which they use how they want. And the numbers I have in France cannot be distinguished, especially that you can "port" a number from another operator. There is also much more to the ...


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Other things to try... Delete the Saved state folder, at ~/Library/Saved Application State/com.skype.skype.savedState Fix Permmissions, Check & if necessary Repair Disk from Disk Utility. Boot into Safe Mode [hold Shift ⇧ at the chimes] Allow 5 mins after you get to the Finder, then reboot again. I'd also update to 10.10.4 using the combo updater, ...


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If someone is still interested, I have a workaround: right-click on the selected text, choose "search with Bing" and it will open new tab in your browser and show you plain text without timestamps and without "Jane Doe: something something".


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There's no way to completely remove being able to be found from Skype, but you can get very close by editing your profile and removing all identifying information. You can edit your profile from the Skype window by clicking Skype > Profile > Edit Your Pofile OR Open your web browser and go to the Skype log-in page Sign into your account Click on ...


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If the hacker had file access to your PC, then all of your history can be seen. However, this is likely not the case. They would be able to see recent history (30 days), as much as can be downloaded when Skype is first logged in. The full history is not available to be downloaded, and is stored on your computer.


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It's possible Microsoft (and by extension, Skype) is tracking her through a cookie in whatever browser she's using and then conveying that information to the Skype client upon login.



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