Kafka can be installed and run on Windows 10 as well as other operating systems.

To install Kafka on Windows 10, you will need to download and extract the Kafka binary files, and then set up the necessary system properties

In order to run Kafka on Windows, you will need to have a Java Development Kit (JDK) installed on your system.

Kafka can be run as a standalone service on Windows, or it can be run as part of a distributed cluster of brokers.

There are a number of third-party tools and libraries available for integrating Kafka with other systems and applications on Windows,

Kafka can be used on Windows to build a wide range of streaming applications like:real-time data processing, event-driven architectures,etc.

The Kafka Manager web interface and the Confluent Control Center can be used for monitoring and managing Kafka clusters on Windows