Rather than trying to fix/install anything on the stupid Windows to support xfs/ext4, I prefer messing up with my linux which, in some way, is more intuitive for me than dealing with those mysterious bugs in windows.
There's a ntfs driver called ntfs-3g. It is fine, but somehow too slow. I don't know why it has been staying on FUSE all these years, or if staying on FUSE is the reason that makes it so slow. There's a couple of commercial alternatives that come into play: Tuxera(which I suspect is the reason that ntfs-3g being so slow) and Paragon but only the later one offers a free driver for linux, so I gave it a try and it works pretty well so far.
Here's how I do it: