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  • Microsoft brings Solitaire back to Windows
  • Microsoft brings Solitaire back to Windows
    Ricky Romero (2010) ©
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Microsoft brings Solitaire back to Windows

Wasting time in the office? Run out of lowbrow content to read? Not to worry – Microsoft is bringing Solitaire back to Windows 10. The nostalgic move will mark a return to the old days of navigating to the Start Menu for that all-important Games folder, bringing a smile to Gen Yers everywhere.

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