Always looking at having curl on windows. Sure you could simply install it, but if you already have git installed, then you have curl. It's located here (of course depending on where you installed git) : C:\Program Files\Git\usr\bin on windows.
So I just create a bat file in C:\Program Files\curl-cmd and create a shortcut on your desktop for example and then use curl to play with some rest apis.
@echo off set PATH=C:\Program Files\Git\usr\bin;%PATH% color 17 echo. echo. ____________________________ echo. echo. Play with curl echo. curl --help for more info echo. ____________________________ echo. echo. cd c:\Temp call cmd
for example access firebase api: