Hello. IMO, you don’t need a complete tutorial about React Native on Windows 10. The only thing you need is maybe a video or a tutorial about initial configuration for Windows. But, after that, learning should be the same, regardless you’re working with OSX or Windows (although there can be some differences between Android and iOS ).
Also, i can see there’s this tool (haven’t used yet, just like you, i’m starting learning about RN - have worked with React but not RN yet) which seems to be an equivalent of create-react-app which allows you to create a zero configuration ReactJS app - You can give it a try: https://github.com/react-community/create-react-native-app
For example, googling a little bit i could find this: https://habiletechnologies.com/blog/getting-started-react-native-complete-setup-guide/ , seems to be complete about Windows instructions.