This thing is something of an enigma.
I BELEIVE, but can't say for certain, this was specifically designed to be bundled with the DS2000 series scopes in an edition available from either Costco or Sam's Club. I know some were available on eBay for a while, but I don't know who was selling them.
I'm pretty sure it's not a CCD either, but a CMOS (not 100% sure on that).
It's essentially a generic webcam. Windows 10 should be able to handle it as such.
I was actually playing with mine last night trying to get a decent capture on Jupiter and Saturn, but the field of view was too small to capture them both (not sure the FOV size and can't find chip specs to be sure, but it's probably a 1/3" sensor and capable of up to 1280x720 or so (technically HD). I run mine on a Windows 10 pro 64-bit laptop. SharpCap can handle it, and pretty much any video recording software can as well. It should use a default WDM driver. My device manager says it's using capt931a.sys and ksthunk.sys. I don't recall having to search for those, I think windows found them.
Sometime back I saw something about editing a registry entry to make it visible to Autostar Envisage, the software that was originally made for the DSI and LPI cameras. But, again, it should be accessible to any generic webcam software (AMCAP can see it), and SharpCap, which is probably the best option.
For what it is, it's not a horrible camera.... but it's not a particularly good one either.