One example of the sort of thing that you are looking for is NVIDIA Digits 3, Deep Learning GPU Training System, which uses opencv and caffe but gives it a web interface for training deep learning models.
It will, potentially, run on Windows 10 with some effort but to get a sensible speed requires the use of one, or more, NVIDIA graphics cards for GPU processing.
If you don't have an NVISIA GPU, or do but don't wish to have your machine tied up for hours, then this article covers installing and running it on an Amazon AWS EC2 g2.2xlarge, or g2.8xlarge if you are ready to spend more, instance. There is a linked article here that covers using a pre-installed instance. This saves all of the steps of getting DIGITS installed and running on your windows machine.
- Get started with no code to write
- Alows examination and customisation of the learning models
- Monitor progress with a smart phone
- Caffe and beta support for Torch
- Code is all Free, Gratis & Open Source
- AWS EC2 g2.2xlarge currently costs $0.60 per hour to run
- Web GUI, as shown in this video, shows a number of options and then, when training a, progress with the accuracy achieved so far during training and a final accuracy achived.