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Topic Title: Zoom, Skype, etc.
Topic Summary: Any incompatibilities, problems when using DPI 15?
Created On: 03/23/2020 04:58 PM
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 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - JackyV - 03/23/2020 04:58 PM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - Lunis Orcutt - 03/23/2020 06:54 PM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - Grandslam - 03/23/2020 11:48 PM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - Ag - 03/24/2020 05:10 PM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - Mav - 04/21/2020 06:20 AM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - monkey8 - 04/21/2020 11:48 AM  
 Zoom, Skype, etc.   - missink - 04/21/2020 02:08 AM  
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JackyV
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Hi all,

As are a lot of people during this age of lockdowns and social distancing, I'm looking into the possibility of using free tools like Zoom, Skype, etc. to be able to reach out to my social connections. Before I load the apps onto my computer, though, I just want to know if you know of any problems, risks, or incompatibilities between them and DPI 15? Or any precautions or special steps to take before using them?

Can you have DPI open simultaneously? And would you be be able to dictate during a session?

And for those that are both web-based and application based (if there are any that are both) do you recommend going with the web-based vs downloading and using an app, especially re having DPI also running?

Also, do you have a preference for one over any of the others?

Thank you,
Jacky



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