If you want to learn how you can install and run Microsoft Works, in Windows 10/11, continue reading below.
Microsoft Works was an early version of the Microsoft Office suite that featured a word processor, a spreadsheet, a database management system and a calendar. The software is developed and sold by Microsoft from 1987 to 2009, and is supported on Windows Vista and earlier versions of Windows.
Because, Microsoft Works is used by many users to create labels, family address books, etc., in this guide you'll find instructions on how to install and run Works, even on your Windows 10/11 64-bit machine.
How to Download, Install and Run Microsoft Works 9.0 in Windows 10/11.
Step 1. Download Microsoft Works.
Since Microsoft Works discontinued and doesn't offered for download by Microsoft any more, click in the below link and download Microsoft Works ISO IMAGE, from archive.org.
Step 2. Install Microsoft Works 9.0.
1. When the download is completed, double-click at Microsoft Works 9 disc image file, to open it in File Explorer.
2. Now double-click at Setup application to start the installation of Microsoft Works.
3. At the Welcome screen, click Next.
4. Click Next again.
5. At the next screen, choose if you want the installation wizard to create a Microsoft Works shortcut on your desktop, and click Install.
6. Wait for the installation process to complete.
7. When, this done click Continue to download and install the required components.
8. When Microsoft Work is installed click OK.
9. Now open the Microsoft Works from its shortcut on the desktop or from programs list, click I Agree to Microsoft's License Terms and click Next.
10. Finally select No, I don't to participate at this time and click Finish.
11. You're done! Enjoy! *
* Note: The instructions above were written and tested in January 2023 on a Windows 11 64-bit PC. If you are having problems starting/running Microsoft Works on your computer, try running it in compatibility mode for Windows Vista. To do that:
Right-click on Microsoft Works shortcut and select Properties.
In Compatibility tab, select Run this Program in Compatibility mode for: Windows Vista and click OK.
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