The virtual version of the classic Solitaire PC card game from Microsoft has returned as a free bundled feature in the new Windows 10 10061 preview build.

The game was previously included in older versions of Windows but was removed from Windows 8 in 2012, although Microsoft did offer a version of Solitaire as a free-to-play app in the Windows Store, complete with Xbox Live support. That same game was released for Windows Phone devices in 2013.

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While the addition of Solitaire to Windows 10 is not as big of a deal as, say, the return of the Start menu, it does show that Microsoft wants people who abandoned Windows 8 to know that many of the features that were ditched for that OS are returning.

Via: Steve Troughton-Smith (Twitter)