This refers to the Solitaire Game in Microsoft Windows, which is also known as the Microsoft Solitaire. The logic of this game is from the card game Solitaire.
Microsoft has included this game as part of its Windows Operating System. Why Microsoft did that? To help its users understand more and become accustomed to the graphical user interfaces or the GUI. Since the game requires to drag-and-drop the card to be able to move it that way users get help in adjusting with the use of the mouse.
Then after many years that the Solitaire have been a part of Microsoft Windows Operating System as a built-in game, the company removed it in Windows 8. Goodbye Solitaire as a built in game but you can still have it through Windows Store hence you have to look and search for it. Windows users probably missed the game as a built-in game which is readily available and that is for sure, because with the latest Operating System of Windows which is the Windows 10 the Solitaire game is back so thus it’s Start Menu.
Just like the good ol’ days, navigate it to find the Solitaire Game begin with the Start > Programs> Accessories > Games, and voila it’s here once again as a built-in game in Windows 10 Operating System.
Welcome back Solitaire as part of Window’s Operating System once more!