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To be clear, this isn't anything specific to Windows. The .sws worksheets are for the legacy Sage Notebook software, that is largely being supplanted by the Jupyter Notebook which is what the Windows version provides by default.

You can still run the legacy notebook from the command-line by running the "SageMath Shell" and entering

sage -notebook=sagenb

Enter whatever you want for the "admin password" (It's not important; this is just a legacy of its original design to be a multi-user system). Then I think you have to actually "Upload" the sws files into the Notebook server; it doesn't allow you to directly browse the local filesystem.

This will allow you to quickly use those files, but I would suggest trying to convert them to the ipynb format as discussed in this question: