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Thứ Sáu, 26 tháng 8, 2016

Scorpion Solitaire card game

This is the Scorpion Solitaire card game.
As Yukon card game, there is no limit to the number of cards that can be moved at a time this Scorpion.
It is so easy because there is no limit to the number of cards that can be moved at a time, the game is profound.
If you want to clear the Scorpion, you must have the mental capacity to read further and thinking patient.
By all means, please play the Scorpion of this app.
Rules of Scorpion
It is clear if it can be arranged in order to A K in the soot of all: purpose.
Playing cards to be used is 52 cards in total.
The three stock piles and arrange to place bills all the rest.
The movement of playing cards of the tableau pile, what number is small one can be moved in the same suit.
There is no limit to the number of cards that can be moved at a time when you move.
In addition, Undo to revert to the one before the hand can be done indefinitely.
If you do not expect to be able to clear, please retry from the menu bar at the top of the screen....

Thứ Ba, 2 tháng 8, 2016

How to Play Classic Windows XP Solitaire in Windows 10

Microsoft Solitaire (solitaire games) was the ultimate time waster. Included with every copy of Windows from Windows 3.0 in 1990 to Windows 7 in 2009, Solitaire provided a reliable outlet for honing card skills and killing time. But Microsoft retired “Classic Solitaire” in Windows 8 and Windows 10, opting for a new universal app called the Microsoft Solitaire Collection. While the app is free and offers more game modes than Classic Solitaire, it also includes ads which require a monthly subscription to hide. If you don’t like the new Microsoft Solitaire Collection and prefer the simple approach of Classic Solitaire, here’s how you can run the original Windows XP version of Solitaire on your Windows 10 PC.

Before we get to the steps on how to play Classic Solitaire in Windows 10, it’s important to note that you’ll need access to a Windows XP installation for this to work, as we’ll be copying the Solitaire files from that version. It’s also important to note that, despite their similar appearance, only the Windows XP version of Solitaire will work in Windows 10; the versions of Solitaire for Vista and Windows 7 are not compatible and won’t run in Windows 10.

Once you have access to a Windows XP PC or virtual machine, launch Windows Explorer and navigate to C: > Windows > System32. We need to copy the two Solitaire files from this directory, so prepare a USB flash drive or set up a network transfer and then find and copy the following files:


Next, transfer these files via your preferred method to your Windows 10 PC and copy them to your local drive. You can place the files anywhere, but make sure that you place them both in the same directory. For example, on our Windows 10 PC we created a new folder on the C: drive called “Games” and placed both cards.dll and sol.exe in that directory.

Finally, just double-click sol.exe and you’ll see the Classic Solitaire window appear on your Windows 10 desktop.

In our testing, the game is fully functional just as you remember, with the ability to change rules, scoring, and the design of your Solitaire deck. The only limitation is that the built-in Help features fail to load as they rely on the Windows XP Help platform which is no longer present in Windows 10.

If Classic Solitaire proves to be all that you remember and you want to keep it around, just right-click on sol.exe to create a shortcut which you can place anywhere, or right-click and choose to pin the game to your Windows 10 Start Menu or Taskbar.

If you ever want to remove Classic Solitaire from your Windows 10 PC, just delete both cards.dlland sol.exe. There’s no need to officially uninstall the game as it is contained entirely within those two files.