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  5. FreeCell - Wikipedia

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    FreeCell is a solitaire card game played using the standard 52-card deck.It is fundamentally different from most solitaire games in that very few deals are unsolvable, and all cards are dealt face-up from the very beginning of the game.

  6. Get Help - Wikipedia

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    Get Help, known as Contact Support before the Windows 10 Creators Update, is a built-in interface for communicating with Microsoft customer service employees over the Internet.

  7. Microsoft Help 2 - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft Help 2.x is a proprietary format for online help files, developed by Microsoft and first released in 2001 as a help system for Visual Studio .NET (2002) and MSDN Library. Microsoft Help 2.x is the help engine used in Microsoft Visual Studio 2002/2003/2005/2008 and Office 2007 and Office 2010 .

  8. List of Gameloft games - Wikipedia

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    This is a list of video games published and/or developed by Gameloft.Gameloft predominantly published mobile games for J2ME platforms and therefore most of the games are available on keypad-based mobile phones; platforms are listed in brackets.

  9. Casual game - Wikipedia

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    Microsoft's Solitaire (1990), which came free with Microsoft Windows, is widely considered the first hit "casual game" on a computer, with more than 400 million people having played the game as of 2007. Subsequent versions of Windows included casual games Minesweeper, FreeCell, and Spider Solitaire.