My non Linux loving friends and I are meeting from time to time via Skype.
I was pleasantly surprised how easy it was to install Skype for Linux via snap, and overall it works well. I am not aware of any features my Windows running friends have that I don’t have.
However I have one annoyance with it. Whenever I login to my account Skype is launching automatically. I found no obvious way to disable this. I would like to start it up only when I plan to talk with my friends.
The instruction I found online about this assumes that I am logged into my Skype account, but I don’t want to do it, and I didn’t need to create an account just to have a chat with my friends.
Anybody have a suggestion how to block Skype from startup automatically?
I am not looking for a suggestion of any other virtual meeting solution. We, as a group already tested several of them, and Skype is working just fine for us.