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  • Freeware Spotlight — Logyx Pack

    Posted on July 26th, 2021 at 02:41 Comment on the AskWoody Lounge


    Deanna McElveen

    By Deanna McElveen

    All work and no play makes Jack a dull boy.

    Did you know that Microsoft first introduced Solitaire in Windows 3.0 1990 to teach everyone how to drag and drop with that fancy new mouse? Enjoy a good game of Minesweeper? In 1992, it came along in Windows 3.1 to teach us how to be speedier with our mice (mouses?) and to become more comfortable with left- and right-clicking. Also, that year we got our beloved Hearts game. Hearts originally had network play to help us get used to interconnected workstations. You could even communicate with the person you were playing against on the network! Common now, but it was pretty awesome back then.

    Read the full story in the AskWoody Plus Newsletter 18.28.0 (2021-07-26).