|27 Aug 2009||#4|
I thought the one MSDNAA was the same thing the manufacturers got.
And yes, those games are fun! Sure, I don't spend hours at a time playing Chess, but it's nice if I have to wait 5 minutes for a teacher or something and I'm bored...
Anyway, is there an easy way to install the Microsoft games? Or do I have to download them each separately and put them in that Games manager?
(I also read about Inkball not being included in Windows 7... but would the EXE from Vista work?)
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