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Get Windows 7 games for Windows 10?

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Is it possible to get Windows 7 games on Windows 10.

Windows 10 comes with the Microsoft Solitaire Collection, a solitaire game that requires you to watch 30-second-long full-screen video advertisements to keep playing. Ad-free solitaire costs $1.49 per month or $9.99 per year. That’s $20 per year if you want both ad-free solitaire and ad-free minesweeper.

Can someone please let me know how I can get old games on my Windows 10
asked Aug 14, 2015 by ty  

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Windows 7 had a set of nice, beautiful games including the classic card games with new shiny graphics and some great new games from Vista like Chess Titans, Mahjong Titans and Purble Place. For some reason, Microsoft decided to discontinue these games and offers bloated Modern games from the Store instead. For fans of the original Windows 7 games, here is a simple tutorial to revive them on Windows 10.

To download these games please click here

answered Aug 14, 2015 by Sergey  

AWESOME!! Sergey, “You Da Man!!” Nice job!! After installing Win 10 from Win 7 a couple of days ago I was real disappointed to lose all the built-in Win 7 games (especially Chess Titans). The chess games in the Windows crApp store are no match for it (I tried 3D chess and the A.I. actually made illegal moves!! so I uninstalled it – the ads weren’t too bad, just a crappy chess engine). Anyway, you have made me happy again!! Thanks for your efforts… Way to go!

I just upgraded to Windows 10, and really felt lost when I saw that Solitaire was gone. I use it for a lot of things, including relaxation to music, and when waiting for internet things to load to make the time pass faster. Other Solitaire games I’ve downloaded either take up too much resources, don’t have enough parameters to alter, or are clumsy to use. Your Solitaire really hit the spot.