No. You *may* be able to do a clean installation of Windows 10, however…
…before you do anything, check to be sure your hardware is all compatible with Windows 10
…and check to be sure all needed Windows 10 drivers for your hardware are available.
Also note that if neither of the above is a problem, it’s likely that your hardware is inadequate to run Windows 10 with acceptable performance. You may be able to replace some of the hardware, but very likely you would be better off and save money by buying a new inexpensive Windows 10 computer.