Much of Skype users unable to use their audio and video connection. Much of Skype users unable to use their audio and video connection, the company owns Microsoft. The first reports that there is a problem with the social network received around 9:00 am on September 21 in the UK.
In a statement from Microsoft reported that it had "detected a problem with the settings status" that indicate whether someone is online or not - it automatically switches to "offline". This means that the status of many people is blocked and they can not carry audio and video, although of an internet connection. The version for the web browser works but is too busy, so use is almost impossible. Many Skype users in the United Kingdom, Australia and Japan have reported problems. Skype's team acknowledged the problem and said the company is working on "fast decision," they did not specify the reason for its occurrenc