10 Ways To Make Better Skype Calls

Skype calls are considered to be an essential part of everyday life for a large number of people and it is said that approximately three hundred million minutes are used every day on Skype calls. Unfortunately, there are many users who have to go through various problems such as quality of call, connection speed, poor audio, blurry video, privacy issues, confused chats etc. and these seemingly minor problems don’t let them have better Skype experience.
However, these problems can be overcome very easily and if you could follow 10 tips described below, you will be able to have a much greater experience with Skype.

Fast, reliable connection
The quality of Skype calls greatly depend on your Internet connection. To yield better results, it is best to go for wired connections.

Use headphones
Use headphones for better sound quality. Also, if privacy is an issue, this is an advantage for you.

Find a quiet place
For an easier conversation, find a quiet place. It is hard to talk in a place where there are a lot of distractions.

Well-lit room

Be sure to stay in a place with as much natural lighting as possible. A good webcam will do you no good without a decent lighting.

Get a good webcam
A good webcam always yields better results. So, it is best to invest in a decent webcam.

Install the latest version
Be sure to download and install the latest version of Skype to ensure smoother and better Skype calls.

Close other programmes
Opening a number of programmes at the same time can make Skype a bit slower. Stop those programmes for a few minutes then proceed with what you are doing after the call.

Do a test before the call

Do a test on your computer and network before each call. It is better to identify and resolve the problem before starting your conversations with your loved ones.

Use a microphone
An external microphone is better than a built-in one. Also, get closer to your microphone for a better audio.

Skype support
Visit www.skype.com/support for more information and tips on how to get the most out of Skype.

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