I had a very difficult time finding a solution for this. I opened a call and PTC said Windows 10 wasn't a supported configuration. Fortunately a curious co-worker discovered the fix. Not having zoom with the scroll wheel was a show stopper for me. Here's how to make it work as before:
1. Select the Start button
2. Type "mouse & t" in the search area and press Enter
3. In the Mouse & touchpad settings dialog select the toggle for Scroll inactive windows when I hover over them until it displays Off.
4. Launch Creo Parametric and marvel at mouse wheel zooming
temporary, set mapkeys.
I have it for the function keys F2 and F3: Zoom in and out respectively
mapkey zi @MAPKEY_NAMEZoom in;@MAPKEY_LABEL>Zoom in;\
mapkey(continued) ~ Activate `main_dlg_cur` `ProCmdViewZoomIn.view`;
mapkey zo @MAPKEY_NAMEZoom out;@MAPKEY_LABEL>Zoom out;\
mapkey(continued) ~ Activate `main_dlg_cur` `ProCmdViewZoomOut.view`;
mapkey $F2 @MAPKEY_NAMEDefine Zoom box;@MAPKEY_LABEL>Zoom In;%zi;
mapkey $F3 @MAPKEY_NAMEZoom Out;@MAPKEY_LABEL>Zoom Out;%zo;
I'm having this same problem with my wireless M590 and the above solutions did not work but I have the other culprit to my problem which solved it and though I would share:
If you are having trouble zooming in Creo with mouse wheel go to control panel>hardware sound>mouse and click on the "Wheel" tab and set the option in the vertical scrolling area "one screen at a time" this solved my problem.