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Windows 8.1 & Skype

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Hi experts,

Is there any way to remove the default Skype installation which comes with windoews 8.1?

Since today i.m having problems with skype for desktop and i think that is a conflict problem. I dont wanna use skype for windows 8.1 but skype for desktop.

Thank you in advance for a solution.

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Raul M.
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To uninstall, please follow the steps below

1. From the Start screen, right click or tap and hold the Skype tile.
2. Select Uninstall from the Options menu that appears at the bottom of the screen
3. In the window that pops up, select Uninstall to confirm you want to uninstall Skype

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