We have never tested the installer on Windows 10.
However, there are internal users leveraging Windows 10.
You may want to try installing from the .7z file per the instructions here: How to Import a New SDK into an Existing WICED Smart IDE
Thanks very kindly for the quick reply.
I have never previously installed a Broadcom IDE, so have nothing to import into.
Is there something else I can try.
It looks like the work around suggested by the launchanywhere folks is a guide on how things might work on your side.