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Topic # 113139 7-Jan-2013 19:49
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Hey all.
I got this new desktop computer last year with Windows 7, and I must say - Solitaire is much harder than it used to be on it, or is it my imagination? I used to be quite good at it on Windows XP, but now it says I've only won 14% of the games I've played. Undecided

Bah

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  Reply # 741304 7-Jan-2013 21:49
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I wouldn't know. The built-in games are one of the first things I remove from my PCs after installing Windows.

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  Reply # 750526 25-Jan-2013 00:41
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Did you used to play it on Draw 3 or Draw 1?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 750544 25-Jan-2013 07:54
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Your just getting older, brain function must be slowing down ;-)





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  Reply # 750554 25-Jan-2013 08:30
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14% is pretty good, my average is about 12% for 150+ games





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