Are you wanting to reset your Freecell stats in Windows 10? Freecell is a built-in Windows 10 solitaire game under the Microsoft Solitaire collection. In some cases, you may want to reset your progress but it’s a little difficult to find. Don’t worry, today, we’re going to show you a way you can reset your statistics within your system. Let us know if the below guides help you!
Usually, FreeCell is a solitaire card game played using the standard 52-card deck. Fundamentally, it’s different from most solitaire games because very few deals are unsolvable, and all cards are dealt with you face-up from the very start of the game. The standard deck for FreeCell is 52 cards, with four open cells and four open foundations. There are some variations to this.
Using the Windows version of FreeCell is no different, the rules can be configured differently, however, for the most part, the above rules are in play during the Windows 10 version of the game.
Now onto the main part, we are wanting to reset your FreeCell statistics from within the game, you will need to do the following to ensure that you’re stats are wiped. The following has been taken from the Microsoft Troubleshooting community.
How Reset your FreeCell statistics within the App Settings
To reset your FreeCell stats in Windows 10, there is only really one way you can do this. To do this, you need to go into your app settings. Below are some really simple to follow, in which will hopefully help you fix you issue!
- 1) Press the Windows Key + I on your keyboard. (Or search for Settings).
- 2) Once in, select ‘Apps’ or ‘Apps and Features.
- 3) Scroll down till you see ‘Microsoft Solitaire Collection’ and click ‘Advanced Options’.
- 4) Press the ‘Reset’ button.
Please note: All your stats will be reset upon doing this.
We hope that this guide has helped you reset your Microsoft Solitaire FreeCell stats in Windows 10. We have tried to include all methods to try help you reset your stats in FreeCell. If you have other Windows problems, be sure to check out our Windows category, only on TechSplat.
If none of these methods work, please let us know down in the comments or if you had any other methods to help you with this one. As ever, if you have any issues that can’t be fixed, be sure to contact Microsoft Support to get the most direct and specific support.