Question about Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition
The games are there ,but because its a business edition, they are hidden by default. I went to the LockerGnome site and found this advice by writer Ron Schenone:
Click on the Start button, then go to Control Panel. Click on the icon Programs and Features. Look to the left of the screen for Turn Windows Features On or Off. Select this option and then accept the Users Account Control. Look through the listing and and find Games.
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
First of all go to your computer properties then click on it you will see some of the drivers wasn't install like control and game VGA drivers then just download and it will automatically will download the all games
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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