Microsoft Makes Skype Available to OEMs for Preinstallation on PCs

A new kit gives PC manufacturers “instructions on how to silently install Skype for your customers.”


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ZDNet: In the very near future, most new Windows PCs could come with Skype pre-installed. Microsoft has provided some manufacturers with a Skype OEM Preinstallation Kit (OPK), along with “instructions on how to silently install Skype for your customers.”

Microsoft recently purchased Skype for $8.5 billion. The company has been working to integrate Skype into its other offerings, including Windows and Windows Phone.

Tags: Windows, Microsoft, PC, Skype

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