Games like Minesweeper, Solitaire, FreeCell or Hearts have been included in most versions of the operating system by default. They have a large fan base not only at home but also at offices throughout the country, and if they have not been blocked in an office, you usually find some employees playing a game or two.
With Windows 8 and windows 10 comes a change to how games are being made available to the user of the system. Windows 10 does not ship with the games installed, and there is no "games" feature that you can install optionally like you could under Windows 7 Professional to add those classic desktop games back to the system.Instead, you find those games listed in Microsoft's OneStore.
But if you are a fun of solitaire an you like the old Windows XP solitaire you can try it and enjoy it in your windows 10 TP.
1- Download XPsolitairetoWin10 file (these have been taken from XP):
2- In your Documents folder, create a new folder named "Solitaire".
3- Put the files "cards.dll" and "sol.exe" you downloaded earlier in this "Solitaire" folder.
4- go to:
(make sure you change Username to your username)
5- Create a folder named "Games", and create a shortcut (in that folder) to the file "Sol.exe"
you should have Solitaire on Windows 10 and you can now play it.