Since Windows 3.0 in 1990, Microsoft has included games in Windows products . The game was developed in 1989 by the then intern, Wes Cherry . The table was designed by Susan Kyle, the pioneer of the Mac series . At the time, many users were still unfamiliar with the graphical user interface, and Microsoft wanted to make "cards" "to appease people who were intimidated by the operating system." It turns out that the game helps users become familiar with the use of the mouse, such as drag and drop technology when moving cards . Since the game became the standard for Windows systems, it has become a common problem for employees to play "cards" to reduce business productivity . In 2006, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg saw a government civil servant decide to fire him after playing "cards" on his office computer. In October 2012, with the release of the Windows 8 operating system, Microsoft released a new version of "Card" and "Microsoft Card Collection" . The new version was designed by Microsoft Studio, developed by Arkadium, operated by advertising revenue, and introduced many new games to the game . May 18, 2015 is the 25th anniversary of "Cards." On the same day, Microsoft held a card tournament in the company campus and broadcasted the finals at Twitch . Jimmy Fallon ridiculed Microsoft in "Tonight Show" and made a fuss.