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Are you a big computer gamer? Now, just so we’re clear, I’m talking about the more simple games that automatically come with your computer. You know, games like solitaire and hearts. So, now that you answered that question, tell me this: Are you new to the operating system of Windows Vista? If so, are you having trouble finding your favorite games? Where are they? What happened to them? Well, let me tell you, so you can put your mind at ease.
They’re pretty much in the same spot, but they’re a little harder to find. Go to Start and look for the Games option. It’s listed in the top right hand box. Click on that and the Games menu will open. From there, you will see all the games that you can choose from. Vista includes FreeCell, Hearts, Minesweeper, Purble Place, Solitaire and Spider Solitaire.
To play a game, just double click on the one you’d like and it will open up for you. Most of the games ask you if you want to play the Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced level. Click the one you want and then you can start playing the game just like you have in the past. If you want to change any of your preferences, just go to Game, Options and make your selections. So, yes, the games are a little harder to spot, but once you find them, you’ll find everything is pretty much the same. Have fun!
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