The author of VcXsrv himself answered part of this question here.
For using Windows10 fonts, it might need a little more steps. The main steps of Xming to create fonts.scale and fonts.dir are still valid. When starting VcXsrv you should follow marha's instructions in his answer and add "C:/Windows/Fonts," within the "-fp" argument list. (Notice that you must use forward slash '/' instead of backward slash '\' in the path.)
If still can't, try Cygwin/X. The performance is not as good as VcXsrv but it works well. Most of all, all the X tools are compatible to VcXsrv. You can use a lot of X command line tools (like 'xset +fp ...') to configure VcXsrv after it rans.
Hope this helps.