Gentlemen, Thank you so much for your responses. I spent a good hour research how to do this on my home windows machine yesterday morning. At work I have a Cintiq ran on a Mac but at home I have the Wacom Companion 2 running Windows 10. Like I said I only use Photoshop for Illustration so I need a Dedicated Operating system for running it and the Companion 2 does just that. It is unfortunate for the time being it isn't on Windows but I understand One can only satisfy every possible scenario at any given time, so it is by no means an Affinity deal killer.
I am so excited for Affinity and wish them the best of success. I used to use Maya for 3D but since Blender has become more robust I just through all my time towards making the switch. Blender has developed such a great community of users as well as independent developers that make tools and add-ons. I have spent over $300 dollars on a multitude of add-ons but I prefer this business model to Adobe's and Autodesk which has such a heavy price tag that it is hard for the average individual to get into the market without making other sacrifices. Hence how I found Affinity. I have a wife and three kids each with a computer and there is no way I can afford a license for each. I don't mind paying for future versions or add-ons or plugins tailored to my specific pipeline needs.
Sorry for the soap box but thanks for the response!