How would you recommend that I use my Windows 10 NTFS partitions from Linux Mint in a dual boot system? I've been googling around and can't find anything that's either not in beta, or only supports EXT2.
The FUSE ntfs driver was the best one when I last tried, but looks like a newer kernel driver has been merged which supports read and write. I'd still do readonly if you plan to mount Windows' C: drive.
Whatever you decide, make sure you don't have any sort of hibernate enabled in Windows.
You might find some of the NTFS tools included with the ntfs-3g package (on Debian) helpful. I don't know offhand how well they've been maintained, but ntfsclone came in handy for creating filesystem images in the past.