Games

People generally don't think of games as a learning tool, but in the case of the games that come with Windows, they may be fun, but you learn as well. If you feel a little rusty when it comes to using the mouse to navigate around in Windows, perhaps the games are just the ticket for you. They are fun to play, but they will give you experience using the mouse and make you more comfortable with the system in general.

To start a game:

  1. Click the Start button.
  2. Point to All Programs, point to Games.
  3. Click on a game.

If you do not see any games here, then you did not install any games when you installed Windows.

Four games come standard with Windows 95/98/ME/XP and will be described on the following screens. One additional game comes on the Windows 95 CD, but has been dropped with Windows 98/ME/XP.

 Freecell
 Hearts
 Minesweeper
 Solitaire
 Hover!

 Hughes Glantzberg

Last Revised: 03/04/2005

Created by
The PC Help Desk
(Hughes Glantzberg)