I have searched almost everywhere (I think). It is easy to find material designs or iOS apps. Microsofts own design guide is the most confusing among all and is filled with shit examples. If anyone knows anything please do share.
It's sad since the majority of the world is still on Windows, but we have such a mono-culture with Apple (and Android to an extent). Designers and developers have become silo'd.
This one's pretty rad but i dont know any specific inspiraitons https://dribbble.com/shots/2221182-Windows-10-UI-Kit-for-Sketch
If you're designing on Win10, this app might help you out too - it's better than using the character map to find icons. https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/apps/windows-10-dev-icons/9nblggh1rqqx
I'm using that.
Try the design section of their dev center. It’s not the ultimate resource, and a lot is carried over from their Windows 8 templates, but it’s a start and very useful for wireframing and prototyping.
Windows is kind of a mess, I doubt you will find anything great. If you are looking to design a conventional desktop piece of software, then you are definitely out of luck, as there is no defined style there and everybody does their own thing.
If you want to create a Metro app, then you shouldn't ask for something as specific as W10, since there's nothing new in terms of design - it's still Metro; and you can find Metro UI Kits: https://www.designmaz.net/metro-style-ui-kits/
I'm doing something for all the windows devices. They are going to be native apps so thats why the question.
With due respect, you're mostly right there. Microsoft's new Modern is based on Metro and holds many similar values, however they are both well and truly different, much in the same way of OS X's original aesthetic and UI compared to what is presently available.
Interaction-wise, Modern holds the consideration that the device the user has may be a phone, a tablet, a laptop, or a desktop, all of which have different means of interacting with the device. It would be wrong to refer to Metro when working on something for Windows 10, and heck, you may as well save yourself the trouble and make it for Windows 10 in mind.