How to improve communication skills in Star Trek Communicator
If you’ve ever tried to communicate with your Star Trek communicator in the future, you’ll be glad to hear that Star Trek: Communicator is no longer being developed.
While it’s still available as a free download, it’s no longer available for Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux.
Instead, Star Trek Communication was acquired by Microsoft.
While Microsoft’s announcement doesn’t make any mention of the program, there’s some info available on the Star Trek Communications website, which says the Star Enterprise communicator was acquired in 2016.
That means it’s been on the shelf for a while, and that means it was probably already outdated, and the current version doesn’t support Bluetooth.
While the communicator will be removed from Windows and Mac OSX, you can still use it to communicate on a tablet, smartphone, or the desktop.
It’s worth noting that the communicators ability to stream to multiple devices is currently limited to Xbox One and PlayStation 4, and it doesn’t have an option to stream on a PC.
That said, if you’ve been looking to get a communicator of your own, you might want to give it a shot.