It's maybe not the easiest thing to get set up and a bit overkill but virtualization software could help. Something like VirtualBox(.org) lets you run other operating systems in-a-window under Win 10 (or 7, or whatever). VirtualBox runs XP pretty well, and from there you could drawr all you want. I'm probably not doing a great job explaining it...there's probably some good tutorials on youtube.
Scratch that...Couldn't get Virtualbox to work with current Ubuntu. It needs a 32bit Kernal and Ubuntu has recently dropped 32bit support. Going to go with the Linux Mint 17.2 install disk at startup. Lets me try it before installing. Going to have to get my hard disk partitioned for linux/Windows install.