It would be interesting to add a Windows user part in the docs.
Lots of people don’t know that AvalancheGo is also released on this OS and is working like a charm ( following my experience and people i helped to build their node ) till version 1.0.4 as we don’t have the 1.0.5 at the moment
Even if you don’t stay on Windows for a long term validation, it is an easier way for some newcomers to discover Avalanche ( node, staking on 2 weeks, create assets, … )
A second point is about prerequisites.
When running a node at home, people i discussed with, focused on the hardware, OS distribution, commands but there isn’t enough information about network infrastructure.
Working with someone willing to build its Win10 node, everything went fine ( bootstrap, health check, staking from wallet ) except than its node desesperatly stay at 0% performance.
Indeed, his network is a CGNAT infrastructure and in this context, you can’t manage your public IP.
It isn’t the only point to take into acount about networking, but a complete doc, video would be interesting for homemade node showing everything you have to take into account before running it.
I created a doc for Windows 10 users which also mentions some networking prerequisites, it has to be improved based on experience