Now Microsoft wants to charge you for Solitaire

 
Now Microsoft wants to charge you for Solitaire
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Solitaire has since the computer and Microsoft became common in homes, perhaps been the most famous digital pastime.

But with the new Microsoft Windows 10, a round of solitaire is going to cost money, according to Time.

The classic card game will be available in many varieties in Microsoft's latest software, but unlike the solitaire as you know it, the new variant contains advertisements.

Therefore, Microsoft wants to offer you to pay $1.49 a month, or $9.99 a year to get rid of the ads.

However, it is not so surprising that Microsoft wants to charge for solitaire, according to Time.

Windows 10 is free, and the company will increasingly try to gain revenue through subscription services rather than people paying for the the software.

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