Solitaire Makes a Return in Windows 10, to be Installed by Default

Radu Tyrsina By: Radu Tyrsina
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There are millions of fans out there who basically fell in love with traditional default Windows games, and that’s why many were upset when Microsoft decide to ditch many of them in Windows 10, like Solitaire, Minesweeper and Hearts. But now the great news is that Windows 10 is going to get cards game Solitaire by default!

Solitaire. is perhaps the world’s most popular digital cards game, and that’s all thanks to the fact that it has been included by Microsoft as a default game in its Windows versions. So, you knew that if you go to Start menu and games, you’d find the good old Solitaire there. However, with Windows 8, Microsoft decided that it’s time to revamp the collection of its classic games, which meant users had to download the games from the Windows Store.

However, desktop users weren’t too fond of the Windows Store; after all, there are still many Windows users, especially senior users, who don’t know too many technical details. And especially this type of users has been the most upset. Now Microsoft is looking to make things right once again, and it will include Solitaire by default, so you won’t have to download it anymore from the store.

Solitaire will be available as a default installed game and if you played it in Windows 8, you should know that it’s going to be basically the same enhanced version. However, we should expect minor improvements, such as daily challenges, improved graphics and more.

Who knows, if Microsoft decided to bring back Solitaire in Windows 10, maybe it’s going to do the same with regards to Minesweeper and Hearts, what do you think? Leave your comment below and let us know.

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