LR-Enfuse is donationware. A very small donation activates it and you can install it and play with it before donating. Most of the interiors on my RE site (http:// …) were made with EF. My suggestion is to download it TODAY!
My routine is to make the first exposure for the windows and then make 6 more, each on stop more light (by SS - NOT APERTURE). In post, I determine how many of the brackets to blend (usually 4 or 5 - rarely all 7), blend with LR-Enfuse, tweak in LR (they tend to be a bit flat but easily fixed), and then - if needed - go to PS for any hand blending needed. Enfuse does seem to need help to get windows right sometimes.
I might add that it seems to me that if I balance the windows equally with the interior light (the way we see it live), the image loses some sense of depth and looks unnatural. So, unless the outside view really demands it, I want the windows SLIGHTLY lighter than the interior. I think that makes more photographic sense. I also work to make detail visible in any lights. I don't want windows or lights blown.
Hope this is helpful.