Can you get the latest Student Edition of SW? Windows 10 wasn't supported in SW until very recently (SW2015 service pack 5 I believe).
It runs but not with hardware OpenGL because of a non-tested (newer model) version of Intel Iris Graphics card.
For that reason the University will not buy a new version (and paying myself 125 € for a one year license to get 6 ECTS isn't worth to pay for it - but buying a full license is simple too much not knowing about if I need it later as an embedded engineer).
There are several forum entries talking about Intel Iris with Solidworks 2012 and a way to edit the registry (for instance this German one). In my registry the matching path stops at ...Solidworks2013\Performance with no sub-directories like Graphic\Hardware and so on.
I played arround with this much time but didn't got it done myself. I need help to make Solidworks 2013 SP5 think there is a usable OpenGL Hardware inside. I think this should work because the set of commands is the same on all OpenGL supporting chips ?!
Well, regarding to my arguments about support of non supported graphic cards:
I installed Parallels Desktop and the graphic card which is not supported with Solidworks 2013 and Windows 10 .... works fine booting Windows 10 out of Parallels Desktop. By the way: With much less graphical memory (256 MB instead of 4 GB). Hardware OpenGL ist running much faster than with Software OpenGL ...
This doesn't taste very well ...
I talked about this in our international course of 26 Students in. Big wondering there ;-)
Thanks @SolidWorks .. for no Help :-/
I think this is what you are looking for:
Although I will take no responsibility for any issues doing this may cause to your machine.
SOLIDWORKS support will not help you here as you are running an un-tested setup...