Windows for Linux nerds gives context for how Windows works compared to Linux and digs into the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) which allows the operating system to handle Linux calls.
How to set up the perfect modern dev environment on Windows provides a good guide that includes configuring Vagrant, setting up the Windows toolchain and updating your permissions to handle development.
Setting Up Python for Machine Learning on Windows presents detailed steps for installing Anaconda and using it to install dependencies on your local machine.
PyInstaller packages a Python application with its associated dependencies into a Windows executable file so it can be more easily distributed and run on other computers.
Cmder is a beautiful console emulator designed for Windows that can be useful for when you need to get work done on the commandline.
Setting up Python on Windows 10 is a short guide to making sure you have Python 3 installed correctly on your Windows computer.
Using both Python 2 and 3 in Windows explains how to configure Windows so you can use both Python 2 and 3 if you still need to dig into older projects that have not yet been updated.