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Old Version of Skype 3.2.0.148
Selected Version
Skype 3.2.0.148
Supported Systems
Legacy OS support
Windows 95, 98 (Skype 3.8.0.188 ?), Me (Skype 3.0.0.198) , 2000 (Skype 4.2.0.187 ?), XP, Vista, 7, 8
License
Freeware
Release Date
16 May, 2007 (7 years ago )

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System Requirements of Skype 3.2.0.148
  • Windows 98
  • Windows ME
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP
  • Windows XP x64
  • Windows Vista
  • Windows Vista x64
Program Information of Skype 3.2.0.148
Version Name:
Skype 3.2.0.148

File Size:
22.68 MB

Released Date:
16 May, 2007 (7 years ago)

MD5 Checksum:
621a381663774f227cfa92d2045d1ced

SHA1 Checksum:
95642FF9950255002EB3EF0FCBC68E3FE26DF1C6

Version History of Skype 3.2.0.148
  • bugfix: Options has compatibility issues with screen readers
  • bugfix: Upgrading from Skype did not work
  • bugfix: No voice heard on some services
Skype Screenshots
This screen shot shows the first installations of Skype 3.2.0.148 version. More
Screen shot taken in Windows XP shows the main window of Skype 3.2.0.148 version. More
Screen shot shows the main option of Skype 3.2.0.148 version. More
About Skype

Skype is a little program for making free calls over the internet to anyone else who also has Skype. It’s free and easy to download and use, and works with most computers. Now it also supports video conferencing over the net.

Skype is a proprietary peer-to-peer Internet telephony (VoIP) network, founded by Niklas Zennström and Janus Friis, the creators of KaZaA and competing against established open VoIP protocols like SIP, IAX, or H.323. The Skype Group is headquartered in Luxembourg with offices also in London and Tallinn. The system has a reputation for working across different types of network connections (including firewalls and NAT) because voice packets are routed by the combined users of the free desktop software application. Skype users can speak to other Skype users for free. Skype also has paid services allowing users to call traditional telephone numbers (SkypeOut), receive calls from traditional phones (SkypeIn), and receive voicemail messages.

Skype Features:

  • SkypeOut allows Skype users to call traditional telephone numbers
  • SkypeIn (beta) allows Skype users to receive calls on their computers dialed by regular phone subscribers
  • Skype Voicemail allows callers to leave voice-mail messages for Skype users who are indisposed
  • Skype supports group text chat with an interface similar to IRC with 150 People
  • Skype Me has opened up a wellspring of people who want to communicate with people from other countries
  • Skype 2.0 (and above) supports videoconferencing

Updates : Skype Updates

Did You Know?

Skype was once operated by eBay.