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Just switched over from pc. I am used to playing freecell and solitaire on the pc. does the imac come with games? If so how can I access them? If not, how can I get them?
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There are lots of free card games for the Mac. FreeCell (nor any other games are included) with your Mac. Which version of OS X are you running? If you have Snow Leopard 10.6.7 (the latest), access the Apple App store and download the free "Full Deck Solitaire" application. It includes FreeCell among many other solitaire games.
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This is the one I use. It's not free but very nice. Has Freecell and many others. Used it for years now.

Solitaire Till Dawn X
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I like this one:
Idiot's Delight - The Solitaire Server
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Okay, first thanks very much for responding. I got full deck solitaire. It says compatable with ipad. how do I get it to show up and run on my imac?
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The iOS version is different and won't run on your iMac. You need to access the App store from your iMac and download it again. If you can't access the App store from your iMac, go to the developer's web site and download it from there. It's free either way. LINK
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Success is mine. Thanks, it appears to be a great program. I'm freecellin again!
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Another great solitaire game is "Solitaireforever.com."

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