Note: It's listed as Windows 10 Creators Update. To run Microsoft Works, you need to first install the “Microsoft Works” app to get started. You can download it from Microsoft.com or use one of the above Windows 10 tools. Microsoft Works is also included in other Windows programs like File Explorer, OneDrive, Outlook, and many others. For more information on those, check that link below. How to open Microsoft Works files in Windows 10 Note: If you want to go ahead and download the files, just click below. Download Microsoft Works from Microsoft.com Using Microsoft Works files for Windows 10. The most common way to use Works is to open it and run a Microsoft application. Here is a list of the more useful Microsoft apps you'll find in Works including Outlook (Office), Microsoft Band (health-tracking app), and even Microsoft PowerPoint. Note This was the original tutorial, written by Matt Haifa. Matt still has the original post and a very helpful summary : How to use Microsoft Works files for Windows 10. (Thanks Matt!) You really should read it. It is also useful to find out which version of Works I recommend. Click the link below for an updated tutorial. If you use it, please use the share buttons at the top to help others. Update: July 2018. Update, August 10: I have updated one of the earlier articles and modified it to include the following information. This guide applies to Windows 10 Enterprise and Education versions as well. See my post about this for Windows 10 Enterprise and Education editions (and how to downgrade from Enterprise Edition!). Update August 20, 2018: I have added the newest information that I'm aware of regarding updating. See the update below. Please read this update below: How to use Microsoft Works files on Windows 10 UPDATE 8/20/2018 I have added information on how to update and fix the Microsoft Works file that will result in an unsuitable Windows 10 install. I wrote this before seeing information to the contrary, to help those who think that the update will make the installation unsuitable. I'll leave this section of the article here and move on to another article.