If you haven’t installed Bash (and the Windows Subsystem for Linux) in your Windows 10 machine you can find the installation guide here.
If you are not familiar with Redis, you can find more information about this open source in-memory data store here.
Open the Start Menu and search for bash.
In bash, install the Redis Server executing
sudo apt-get install redis-server.
And you are done! You can now start Redis by executing
Ctrl+C to stop Redis and go back to the console.
Running Redis as a service
Usually, it is preferable to run Redis in the background, as a service.
To do that, just execute
sudo service redis-server start on the console.
Redis will be now executing in the background until the bash console is closed.
Connecting to Redis
Download a Redis client. In my case I prefer to use Redis Desktop Manager.
Click on the connect to Redis Server, with localhost as the host and 6379 as the port.
And you are done!
To stop Redis you can either execute
sudo service redis-server stop or you simply close the bash console.