Acer A0A 150? I have two of those, great travel machines. Win10 won't run on them well, though. The RAM is only 1GB, and the Atom processor is slow. Great for XP, which is native for those machines, but not for later Windows.
But you should be able to clone it to a stick. I've yet to try that with the Acers, but when I plugged in a Win7 clone into an XP machine, it created dual-boot. That's not what you're looking for, but the Acer Recovery partition only has the factory-reset software on it at initial sale. A clone will preserve that, and you can indeed create a Win10 recovery partition after installation to replace it, but..you wont like how it runs. You need more RAM and a better processor.
I use Linux sticks on those machines, so I can keep XP and yet travel and surf. Just buy a Linux Mint 17.1 stick at Amazon, and then plug it into your Acer when it's off. Hopefully you set the BIOS to search for usb first, and if so, then Linux will boot right up. You'll see on the desktop, 'Install Mint', so go get another stick and put it in one of the other two usb ports, then install to that other stick. Stick size should be a minimum of 64 GB for happy computing, 128 (really 115) GB better (sticks are $44 at Amazon, Kingston). Then you'll have modern surfing, Firefox or Chrome or Opera, and keep your XP happy too.
Edited by brainout, 11 July 2015 - 09:18 PM.