• Microsoft is bringing the Skype Meet Now button in the Windows 10 Taskbar for Faster Video Calls
  • This was first seen in a long time 10 Preview Build

Microsoft is ready to add the Skype “Meet Now” button in the taskbar of the latest version of Windows 10. Customers can without a doubt start a social event with their friends, partners, or anyone with just a tick of a catch. This catch will simplify it to start a skype meeting.

This might be a delayed consequence of the current crisis in the world, which is the COVID-19 Pandemic. Applications like Zoom and Google Meet found a basic turn of events and Microsoft needs to foster this stage (Skype Meet Now) as it is the best time. The new catch will be added to the Windows 10 Taskbar with an update.

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Microsoft’s Senior Program Manager Brandon LeBlanc announced in a Blog Post that the Meet Now catch will be open in the coming update as it is currently available in the Windows Insider Program. There is tattle that Microsoft is planning to bring New Windows 10 Experience for all of the customers in coming updates.

Users using the latest variation of the Windows 10 do not have the update for the catch yet. Be that as it may, customers using the variation 1903 and 1909 have successfully got the catch through the KB4580386 update. There are much more changes with the new updates from Microsoft.

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