The Complete Idiot's Guide to Skype for PCs by Andrew Sheppard

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The who, whats, where, and how-to of the “softphone” revolution in computers.

With more than 70 million users worldwide, Skype has become one of the most popular computer software programs ever designed—one that allows users to make calls on their PCs over the Internet. This book shows what you need, how to download and install the “softphone” program, and how to make the most of Skype’s offerings—both free and paid.
• Shows how to install Skype, use its advanced services, maximize one’s money using Skype, manage security and troubleshoot
 

About Andrew Sheppard

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Andrew Sheppard is the publisher of two online electronic magazines about Skype: Elpis’s Skype Power User Magazine and Elpis’s Skype API Developer Magazine. Sheppard also blogs about Skype on Skype.com and Skypejournal.com.
 
Published October 3, 2006 by Alpha. 272 pages
Genres: Computers & Technology. Non-fiction