Has M$ borked Skype?

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    Well all i've done is the same, but every time version 7.40.0.151 starts, it chucks up the box above that asks if i want to use the new version. Which i have to keep clicking 'not right now'
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    Doesn't seem to be doing it here - I'm on v 7.40.104 and it tells me I have the latest version of skype installed - but I'm on Win7?
     
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    Hrmm.. just went back to that version too...
    and i still get the same thing happening...
    But i did just find this:
    http://puu.sh/zmGX2/27a16fbef0.png
    But it's been happening for a while...... so i'm not sure how long 'eventually' is going to be..
     
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    Had the dreaded upgrade happen to a friend too recently and they lost all their contacts.
    I nuked it and installed ver 7.?? from an old install and all good.

    Take note though...
    You need to disable auto update in the software AND in Windows Update settings (I.e. turn off auto update for recommended and other MS products.
     
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    Big change for the redesign, especially for my parents that use it on a regular basis. But they were able to adjust.

    At least they are still making a normal installer for it and not pushing Windows Store only, which they did at one point.
     
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    Aaaanyway. I think they need to use the less is more approach
     
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    I thought they already were?
    We can do LESS with it... so they're thinking it is MORE betterer ??
     
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