With Windows Vista, Microsoft introduced the Games folder which was a special location to manage your installed games. This folder also offers game updates, statistics, rating information, RSS feeds, and more. It acts like a central repository for all recognized games you have on your PC. In Windows 10, this folder still works, but it is hidden from the end user. Let's see how to bring it back and pin the Games icon to the taskbar or the Start menu of Windows 10.
If you are a Windows Insider, you might be already knowing that Windows 10 Anniversary Update, formerly known as Windows 10 Redstone update broke the classic Windows 7 games. They no longer work. Here is an updated Windows 7 Games package which solves this issue.
Windows 7 had a set of nice, beautiful games including the classic card games with new shiny graphics and some great new games from Vista like Chess Titans, Mahjong Titans and Purble Place. For some reason, Microsoft decided to discontinue these games and offers bloated Modern games from the Store instead. For fans of the original Windows 7 games, here is a simple tutorial to revive them on Windows 10.