Microsoft has actively developed a productivity software suite – Microsoft Works. It was a one-stop shop for a word processor, a spreadsheet and a database management system. Later, it was updated to get a calendar and a dictionary. This was a lower version of the Microsoft Office suite, which was priced at $ 40 in store and $ 2 in OEM. This software supported Windows Vista and earlier versions, and the development was stopped in 2009. But some people would like to run it under Windows 10.
Install and run Microsoft Works on Windows 10
Although the download is no longer officially available, you can get a version of Microsoft Works. ISO image here. Once downloaded, double-click on the downloaded image to mount it.
Open the mounted slot to run SETUP.exe. You will land on this homepage in the configuration.
Clicking on Next, You will be asked to select the location where you want to install Microsoft Works.
To select Next, and you're going to land on a page where you have to select a installation option.
Click on Next. Now he will give you an opinion saying:
Microsoft Works 7.0 requires several operating system components, including Microsoft 6.0. If your computer does not already have the latest versions of these components, the installation wizard automatically updates them.
To select Install.
It will take you to a page where the installation of the entire suite will take place and you will be able to follow the progress of its installation.
Once done, you will be on the screen of successful installation where you have to select finish to complete the installation.
From the Start menu entry or the Desktop shortcut, you can run Microsoft Works normally on your computer. If you find that it does not open, you can run it in compatibility mode and see if it helps you.