The Joy of Gaming in Windows® 7
Usually Games tend to inquire into the capabilities of all recent operating system and the new Microsoft operating system Windows 7 only tends to make this belief stronger. Its predecessor, Windows Vista, came under a lot of scrutiny and criticism when it was first released as it made certain games to crash badly owing to backward compatibility problems, but then it later managed to improve as more game developers used the necessary patches to run games on it.
But on the flipside, gamers still prefer even the much aged Windows XP to play the latest games more importantly because of compatibility and lesser system resource requirements. To start with, gaming controls in the new Windows 7, you will have to open the Games window. All you have to do is choose Start Games. To play any of the games packed with Windows, double-click on the game icon or right-click on the icon and then take the option to Play from its shortcut menu. Windows then unfolds the game in its own window.
For a user with the Classic menu displayed in the Games window, one can also launch the game chosen from the window by choosing the option to File Play. When a game in the Games window is selected in Windows 7, the Details pane in the bottom of the Games window demonstrates not only the usual information about the game’s publisher and maker, but also the date when the game was last played. Even the Preview pane on the right side of the Games window showcases the game’s rating.
The content is not a source of much worry, however. All the games supplied with Windows in the new Windows 7 are graded E which means for Everyone. In order to make a quick check on the performance of the game on a computer one will have to press on the Performance button that pops up on the right of the Ratings button which falls under the game icon in the Preview pane.
Let us take the example of the Solitaire game inWindows 7. Windows puts in a Statistics button to the immediate left of the Performance button. When this button is pressed, the Solitaire Preview panel showcases a whole new bunch of game statistics. This includes the high score, the total number of games won and lost, the win percentage and the longest winning and losing streaks.
One should keep in mind that help on the rules for playing the game launched can be accessed by selecting Help View Help from the game Windows 7 menu or by pressing F1. If one chooses to close a game before there has been a chance to win, then Windows enables the option of storing the game in its recent state when the game’s window is closed. If one wishes to restore the game, Windows will do it when the one exits from the game. Click on the Save button in Exit Game dialog box. The next time when anyone opens the game which has been already saved, Windows will open a Saved Game Found alert dialog box that inquires whether the user wants to continue with the saved game. And if yes. then simply open the saved game instead of starting a new one and press the Yes button which is located in the alert dialog box.
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