Assuming that you are not running Win 10 Pro, Win 10 Home Remote Assistance can be used to to control the remote computer. It works reasonably well, about the same as some 3rd party software.
If you want the maximum performance level and have Win 10 Pro on one desktop Remote Desktop can be configured to provide full bandwidth-- no loss of image quality.
Long USB 3 cables can be problematic with image streaming. You might be able to get specific advice on cables. Quality varies, there are no bargains.
Long USB 2 cables are easy and many cameras with USB 3 connections will work satisfactorily at USB 2.
USB2 over ethernet cable also works, but the electronics required adds cost. HDMI over ethernet cable also works well and the hardware is not too expensive.
I am writing this while seated in a comfortable chair in he house. The PC is in the observatory 30 feet from the door. The PC is connected via a pair of cat 6 cables, one for the LAN and the other for a HDMI USB KVM Extender. I wanted an HDMI and a USB2 connection and this seemed to be the best way. I wasn't aware of the full bandwidth option for Remote Desktop at the time or I would have used that over wireless AC. A USB wireless adapter for the PC greatly increased the link speed compared with the built in wireless transceiver.