I was not sure if the virtual machine in Windows 10 would support Linux, but I decided there was a good way to find out. I set aside enough resources to install an Ubuntu box, downloaded the latest ISO and fired up the virtual box to see if it would install. Ten minutes later I had this.
I had been thinking about installing Linux over top of Vista on my old Dell laptop, but this virtual desktop actually has far more resources available to it than the notebook would. The only thing I have not managed to get working yet is the sound, but that's not a game breaker for me. Now that I have it, I don't know what I plan to do with it, but I am fascinated by the whole virtualization aspect of it.