I recently managed to compile the "ctools" for Win32. These tools allow to create and manage d64 and d71-images for Commodore CP/M. Up until now these tools were only available as MS-DOS-binaries (16 bit), which would only run on Windows x32 (=up to 32-bit) but not on Windows x64 (64-bit) without the use DOSBox. I created the new Windows-binaries using the most recent source from github.com/mist64/ctools - just adding the necessary changes for the g++ -compiler which were already mentioned in the "Pull Requests" there. I also compiled the needed DLLs statically into the exe-files. The changed sources can be found in the archive below (just Makefile and tools.cc had small changes).
The binaries can be found, of course, in the /bin subdirectory.
I do the same - use NTVDMx64 for running 16/32 and 64-bit apps on 64-bit Windows 10.
I began creating GUI for mentioned ctools/win32, but later paused it. My main data harddisk failed and I need more time. It's 2nd failure and both were on data disk. Of course not the same disk, but sadly with primary resources.
Commodore 64 was great, Commodore 128 is bigger, better, faster and more powerful... Commodore 65 was almost here, but C256 is coming and it will be earthquake...