By the way, my current system uptime is 7. Skype's CPU "Fuck skype" is 4. I have a single core processor. I feel retarded for not knowing exactly what CPU time means and how it works regarding processes, threads, multitasking, running software and stuff.
I blame the fact it doesn't show up in the default columns of Windows Taskbar, I've dropped CS university and I'm too lazy Fuck skype google it right now. Multi-core processors are not a silver bullet. Says the Universal Truth: When installed under Ubuntu, it displayed many annoying characteristics - one of which was not preserving group chats. I had to wait for someone to type a text Fuck skype before the group would become apparent.
Someone mentioned this also holds in newer versions of skype. Fearful of upgrading, can anyone confirm this? Have heard the worst things about 4. But yes, the group chat thing is annoying as Fuck skype. I use a lot of group chats and if I forget to bookmark them, I have to wait or ask someone to please say something useless to have it pop up.