With more and more people around the world using free video chat tools, Microsoft began to integrate Skype -based Meet Now functions more deeply in Windows 10 systems. After inviting all Windows Insider members to test, Microsoft is now open to more users. Users can not only open the Meet Now" option on the taskbar, but also talk quickly through Skype applications or Edge browsers.
The new meet now displays two options, including joining a meeting and creating a meeting. After clicking on the "new meeting" option, the edge browser will be opened to access the Skype web page version for basic details including the invitation link, your name and the person you are talking to. You can also invite others through code or invitation links.
You can change the camera and audio (microphone) preference settings before calling. you can add more participants to the meeting and no Skype account is required throughout the process. the "Meet" experience in the Microsoft Edge will start the Skype application if installed.
If you don't like the new Skype meet now button in the taskbar, you can disable it by following these steps:
1. Open Settings
2. Open the taskbar.
3. On the taskbar page, click "select the icon to display on the taskbar".
4. Turn off meet now.