The only way to find out is to contact the manufacturer of your device/motherboard and ask them which processors are supported on THEIR BIOS.
Then, you can select from those processors. And, that is only possible is your current processor is not soldered to the motherboard.
This is your current processor:
According to its socket, it is not soldered to the motherboard.
So, ask your device manufacturer.
Now, for a nine-year old processor, it is my opinion that upgrading the processor will be of any benefit, especially if your goal is windows 10.
It would be best for you to look for new/newer hardware.